Frozen Port Baikal (#18 of 24) Frozen Port Baikal (#18 of 24) | Send A Postcard
Most of the winter, the temperature is about –14, -16°C during the day, which is OK to be out if you have proper clothes for subzero temperature. And year by year winters tend to be milder. Usually the layer of snow out in the plains and forests is 50 cm - 1.5 m, though in the mountains it may reach 2 - 3 meters.
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