A Russian man had a rude awakening when he found his car buried under a massive snowbank in the northern Siberian city of Norilsk on Thursday. The temperature was -31 degrees Celsius (-23.8 degrees Fahrenheit) as the car owner diligently worked to dig his car free. It took him more than two hours to finally cut the car from the snowdrift. According to an offscreen bystander, this type of snow... Еще coverage is a regular occurrence in Norilsk. In fact, locals even have a term for cars covered with snow, ‘podsnezhniki’, which literally means 'February fair-maids' since they start to appear as the snow melts in spring like the eponymous flowers.