(TruthSeekerDaily) You may think your town gets hit hard in the winter, but it’s nothing compared to what Reddit user awesomesauce1414 gets. There is a town in Russia named Kamchatka that gets so much snowfall during the winter, you can’t see cars or buildings. Every day is a blizzard.

Welcome to Russia.

 

This is what a normal street in Kamchatka may look like before bed.
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In the morning, you’d be hard pressed to find your own car.
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This kind of snowfall is completely normal.
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Just a normal day in Russia…
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Even once you dig out your car (and make it out of a 5 story building
covered in snow), actually getting to a road would be tricky.
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As you can see by these photos, street cleaning is a harrowing job.
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When the roads are “cleared” there is only room for one car.
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So, driving across town may literally take all day, since you’ll need to
back out and let other cars pass.
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Because of how the mountains and valleys are in this town, the massive
amount of snowfall happens every year.
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The tractor looks tiny, but it’s actually giant.
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She seems happy, but she is actually overwhelmed with snow-depression.
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Then, once the snow starts to melt…
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The townspeople can look forward to massive flooding.
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After all, the snow has to go somewhere.
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Welcome to Russia.
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Kamchatka receives so much snow because of the unique location of the town between the mountains, causing an abnormal amount of snowfall. It’s completely normal for the town to experience multiple blizzards every winter and then, every spring, be subject to massive amounts of flooding.

Credits: [ViralNova], [Reddit]

Note to self: don’t go to Kamchatka.