- 27 Sep 2009
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- Österbotten, Finland
In the past a typical winter around here would imply largely freezing temperatures from late November or early December to late March. The sea between Finland and Sweden froze over completely so there was very little moisture in the air. In April all accumulated moisture dried out in the spring sun and the snow that had accumulated throughout the winter melted.I'm curious and would like to know more, please.
A modern winter with only a little ice along the shore and temperatures swinging between frost and thaw and the snow melting several times during the winter and strong winds blowing from the sea produces lots of moisture that condenses everywhere.
You must be tough to cope with such a terrible climate.
-20 celsius and no wind is a lot more comfortable and healthy than +2 and driving slush and ice bark on everything when you work outdoors all day.