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In Petersburg today was -17°C in the afternoon and -21°C at night. But it is normal for the Petersburg winter, we have got used to it.mare_serenitatis wrote:The internet says we have the same temperatures as you have in St Petersburg (-18°C last night, -10° at noon).
You are courageous! In such weather I wear two woollen leggingses, natural fur cap and boots with a natural fur undercoat.mare_serenitatis wrote:I wear warm woolen tights, a scarf and knitted gloves now.
I did not note a gas shortage, but electricity faults really happen often now. It happens because steam heating insufficiently, and people use many electroheaters that in apartments became warm. In houses old electrical networks, therefore do not withstand such load. Unfortunately in Russia it is an ubiquitous problem, and we already got used to it. I have battery-operated lantern and the candles placed on a shelf in a certain place so that it was possible to get easily it in the dark. My computer is connected to an electricity through uninterruptible power supply to safeguard it from breakdown.mare_serenitatis wrote:In the news they said that there were several power failures and that you have a gas shortage.
Pets normally change the wool more depending on temperature in the house. Often they start to shed hair in the winter because masters heat a location more strongly.mare_serenitatis wrote:My hamster doesn't take this winter seriousely: he already has his summer fur
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