Historic snowfall in Latvia
Residents of the Latvian capital Riga say they are fed up with the constant snow that has fallen on the city this winter.
The city has a blanket of snow which is 62 centimetres deep, and still it keeps falling. It has snowed nearly every day for the last two months in Riga.
The last time there was this much snow in the capital was in 1940 when it was 64 centimetres deep, and in January 1900 the snow blanket reached 79 centimetres.
By the sides of the roads, snow is piled high – often with cars buried beneath.