Record snowfall in northern Japan

Breaks 47-year-old record.

The snow depth in Horokanai, in northern Japan’s Hokkaido, has been measured at 3.124 meters (slightly more than 10 feet), setting a new local record.

It beats the previous record of 3.119 meters set in 1970.

Not surprisingly, locals say the huge amount of snow is making life difficult.

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