“If the week’s previous weather was a snowstorm, this one was a blizzard,” says this article from Estonia Public Broadcasting.
A fresh snowstorm arriving on Thursday evening from the southeast buried much of the country – with some places gaining up to 27 centimeters of fresh snow, according to the Meteorology and Hydrology Institute.
Temperatures varied from -4 to -7 C on the mainland, with temperatures near freezing on Saaremaa.
Traffic is complicated with drifts, limited visibility and strong winds, according to the Road Information Center. Rescuers came to the aid of several trucks and other vehicles that got stuck in the snow. The Rescue Service also warned of fallen trees on roads, which caused several accidents.
Thanks to Argiris Diamantis in the Netherlands for this link
Estonia is not far from Finland,” says Argiris. “Again complete silence about this in the Dutch MSM.”