Europe Snowstorm

Updated: 1/28/2019 8:53:30 AM
Snow was falling in almost all of Sweden on Monday morning and was expected to continue doing so on and off until Tuesday, according to national weather agency SMHI. "It's not snowing in the far north, where it is cold and clear. Naimakka had the lowest temperature of the year tonight, -39.3C," said meteorologist Linus Dock. Weather agency was considering issuing a warning for icy and slippery roads in the region as a result, as well as for heavy snow along the Norrland coast in northern Sweden. Wednesday, on the other hand, was expected to be relatively calm, but cold. "It looks like we'll get cold and clear weather across the country," said Dock.
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Updated: 1/28/2019 2:40:04 AM
A potent storm plunged from the North Sea into Europe late in the weekend, bringing with it wintry weather and cold that will continue for the new week.
This storm will allow the stormy weather so far in 2019 to persist into the last week of January.
"This storm will move into Northern Europe on Monday, impacting countries from France and Switzerland to Denmark and southern Scandinavia," said AccuWeather Meteorologist Faith Eherts.
Areas from the southern Belgium and Luxembourg into eastern France and Germany will have areas of rain and snow lasting through Monday.
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Updated: 1/27/2019 3:16:27 AM
The coldest place in Finland is currently the city of Sodankylä in Arctic Lapland, according to the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI). Meteorologists measured several new records in a row for the winter season 2018-2019 over the weekend. The mercury fell to -36.7 degrees Celsius in Kuusamo around 10 pm, falling past -37 degrees Celsius before midnight and finally reaching -38.7 degrees Celsius in Sodankylä around 5 am.
Bucharest is paralyzed due to freezing rain who caused many accidents ,hundreds of trees broke down ,fell on the cars and damaged them and also many people are in hospitals after falling on ice .Hundreds of thousand of houses are without power after the ice covered the wires.
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Updated: 1/25/2019 12:52:29 AM
BBC Weather has forecast strong gusts to batter the western Mediterranean within the next 24-hours with snow expected to cause disruption across the continent. This month parts of Europe including Austria, Germany and Switzerland have already experienced heavy snowfall. BBC Weather forecaster, Phil Avery, has claimed more snow will move north into the Balkans as bitterly cold temperatures grip parts of Europe. Across the islands, in the western Mediterranean, some of the gusts are around 130 kph or so.
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Updated: 1/23/2019 4:11:27 AM
The Swiss ski resort town of Zermatt is once again cut from the world because of heavy snowfall. Villages across the area have been heavily affected, with 28 homes having to be evacuated in Zinal. The roof of the church in Zermatt is getting so heavy with all the snow that it's in danger of collapsing. With about 9000 holiday guests in the town, long queues built up to take the helicopter shuttle, the only option left to get home, as the roads and railway lines were closed due to danger of avalanches. There's also lots more snow in the north of the Tessin region and no trains were able to get through to Gotthard tunnel to Airolo.
More and more illegal migrants are being discovered on freezing back roads in the dead of night, or have to be rescued when they get into difficulties trying to pass Alps from Italy to France. Volunteers are out helping people, but they have to careful not to attract attention from the police. Helping illegal migrants is an offence in France.
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Updated: 1/19/2019 3:07:22 AM
A person died as a result of an avalanche in the Keklicek district in Turkey. A person under the avalanche died in Caglayancerit district of Kahramanmaras. Approximately 100 people, next to the digging and shoveling work to participate in the rescue work as a pedestrian went to the area after the work machine.

An avalanche came down in the Carpathians in Ukraine and blocked off a section of the H-09 road in Transcarpathia for traffic. It is reported by the press service of Ukravtodor. The incident occurred in the Transcarpathian region on January 18, at about 4:00, on the road N-09 Mukachevo - Ivano-Frankivsk - Rohatyn - Lviv, km 152 (in the village of Delovoye, Rakhiv district). The avalanche completely blocked the traffic. The volume of avalanche is 300-350 cubic meters. m, the height of the snow on the road - about 2 m. The public service is still working to eliminate the effects of an avalanche from the roadway. Earlier on the fourth, January 17, it was reported that a storm warning had been announced in western Ukraine. Weather conditions in the region correspond to the yellow level of danger. Weather forecasters warn of strong wind.
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Updated: 1/18/2019 2:08:11 AM
The Presov Region was hit hard by the snowfall, mainly its northern districts. To keep the roads passable, road-men had to snowplow nearly 16,000 kilometers of roads across the region. "All mechanisms are in operation, and we are doing all we can to keep the roads passable," said Jaroslav Stofko, head of the road maintenance department in the Presov Region, as quoted by the Sme daily. The situation has been critical in many villages of the Zilina Region, too. Meanwhile, the Slovak Hydrometeorological Institute (SHMu) has issued a snowfall warning for the following districts in northern Slovakia: Poprad, Liptovsky Mikulas, Tvrdosin, Dolny Kubin, Namestovo, KeZmarok, Stara Dubovna, Cadca, and several other districts in the Zilina Region.
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Updated: 1/17/2019 4:44:52 AM
A handful of avalanches over the last week have led to a emergency evacuations over the Alps, spread across France, Switzerland, Italy, Monaco, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, and Slovenia, and authorities warned that continuing snowfall is increasing the already high risk of more avalanches.
Authorities said villagers of Raiten, near the Austrian border, are told to take important documents and medicines and evacuate. 1,100 people are unable to leave Balderschwang because of an avalanche risk.
A handful of avalanches over the last week have led to a emergency evacuations over the Alps, spread across France, Switzerland, Italy, Monaco, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, and Slovenia, and authorities warned that continuing snowfall is increasing the already high risk of more avalanches.
In Austria, the Hochkar alpine road and the entire Hochkar skiing region have been issued a high risk alert for avalanches. Residents and visitors were asked to leave the region by the end of the day.
Meteorologists have predicted a further 10-40 cm of fresh snow to fall in the region by Monday, as across Europe emergency workers ready themselves for further rescue missions. Austrian authorities are issuing the highest avalanche warning possible for several regions for the next two days.
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Updated: 1/16/2019 3:50:33 AM
More than 2,000 people in the Swiss Alps were isolated on Monday after heavy snowfall cut roads and rail links as storms continued to wreak havoc across the region. Swiss authorities have raised avalanche warnings in several regions to their highest levels. And, just a week before the World Economic Forum's main annual meeting in Davos, train service to the glitzy ski town in eastern Switzerland has also ground to a halt, national rail service SBB said. The head of the local government in the town of Disentis, Robert Cajacob, told AFP, that the town's population of 2,200 as well as "several hundred tourists" currently had no way out because of rail closures and impassable roads. He said the situation was "stable" but "problematic." The national weather office, MeteoSwiss, said that parts of the Alps had seen 60 to 90 centimeters of snow since Saturday night and that another 30 to 50 centimeters were expected in some parts of the northern Alps in the coming hours. French authorities have also warned of a high risk of avalanches in the Haute-Savoie region that borders Switzerland, while avalanches in western Austria have killed at least three people in recent days.
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Updated: 1/16/2019 3:11:59 AM
A helicopter could be seen on Friday (January 11) using its propellers to remove thick layers of snow on top of trees along the highway connecting the towns of Taufkirchen and Holzkirchen, close to the German city of Munich. According to officials, the snow on the pine trees weighs several tons and could fall onto passing cars.
Five districts in Bavaria have declared a state of emergency due to heavy snow, with schools closing, roads being blocked, and some towns even asking the German army to help clear snow off the roofs of private and public buildings.
A high-level red alert for strong snowfall has been declared for two regions in Bulgaria, where 40 cm of snow is expected as well as blizzards and snowdrifts.
The mountainous Croatian regions have been struggling over the last few days and volunteers have been trying to reach isolated, elderly, households to provide them with food, medicines and firewood supplies.
Record snowfall in Moscow on Saturday and Sunday led to the death of a least one man. More than 2,000 trees have reportedly fallen, traffic has been severely hampered traffic and airports around the city have reported severe delays. The wet snow has led to the rupture of a number of power lines in the city, and a number of tram services have been halted.
Thousands of people spent the night trapped without moving in their cars after heavy snow forced a motorway to close down in Spain’s Castile and Leon region on Saturday (January 6). Spain’s El Pais reported that between 3,500 and 4,000 cars were blocked on the AP-6 motorway to Segovia all Saturday night waiting for snow blowers to clear the way. On Sunday morning, around a thousand vehicles remained trapped in the motorway said Spain’s Directorate-General of Traffic (DGT).
Sailors stranded in the frozen Danube river have received emergency supplies from Romania. Food and water was sent by helicopter from the town of Calarasi. At least eight people were left stranded on two barges on the river, which has been frozen for days, leaving the sailors with dwindling supplies.
Germany has been hit by what’s thought to be its biggest storm in ten years. Emergency service workers have described conditions as unbearable. Heavy snow storms have led to dozens of crashes on northern motorways with up to nine people reported seriously injured.
A snow storm has hit Istanbul grounding planes halting traffic and forcing the temporary closure of the Bosphorus Strait shipping channel. Turkish airlines, Europe’s fourth largest carrier has been forced to cancel more than 300 flights.
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Updated: 1/15/2019 3:18:22 AM
Austrian authorities are issuing the highest avalanche warning possible for several regions for the next two days.
Schools remained closed in parts of Austria and southern Germany on Wednesday, several roads and highways were blocked leading to a 20-kilometer traffic jam near Munich, while trucks had to deliver food to the snowed-in Bavarian community of Buchenhoehe near Berchtesgarden as snow continued falling across the northern Alps. Brigitte Kloepf said about 1,100 people are unable to leave Balderschwang, near the Austrian border, because of an avalanche risk on roads following days of intense snowfall. In Austria, hundreds of residents were stuck in their homes on Tuesday due to blocked roads and some regions experienced power outages after snow-laden trees took down power lines.
Bavaria in South Germany was hit with 40 cm of fresh snow, causing several schools to cancel their classes on Monday until conditions improve.
A handful of avalanches over the last week have led to a emergency evacuations over the Alps, spread across France, Switzerland, Italy, Monaco, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, and Slovenia, and authorities warned that continuing snowfall is increasing the already high risk of more avalanches.
Austrian authorities warned skiers not to go off the slopes and not drive their cars unless absolutely necessary.
In Austria, the Hochkar alpine road and the entire Hochkar skiing region have been issued a high risk alert for avalanches. Residents and visitors were asked to leave the region by the end of the day. Meteorologists have predicted a further 10-40 cm of fresh snow to fall in the region by Monday, as across Europe emergency workers ready themselves for further rescue missions. Ski resorts in the Austrian Alps reported up to two meters of snow in the first days of January. Austrian public broadcaster ORF reported that the weather was expected to calm on Friday but further heavy snow could be expected on Sunday. The police confirmed ski trails were observed where the avalanche was reported, but heavy snowfall and poor visibility have restricted rescue efforts over the past few days.
Flights have been cancelled further south in Europe. In the Netherlands, national carrier KLM cancelled 159 flights on Tuesday to and from destinations in Europe due to an expected storm. The storm has also resulted in 120 flights from Munich airport to be cancelled.
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Updated: 1/14/2019 3:47:56 AM
The Alps are in for another snowstorm in the next 48 hours, through Tuesday. Up to 80-120 cm of snow, possibly up to 150 cm, is expected locally. Peak amounts of snow are expected in Switzerland. Maximum amounts of snow are expected across southern Switzerland, where up to 120-150 cm of fresh snow is expected, locally possibly even more.
Also expect up to about 70-90 cm, locally over 100 cm in western Tyrol. The area that received enormous amounts of snow over the past 5 days or so, in central Austria, will receive slightly less snow, up to 50-90 cm. With meteorologists warning of more snow over the weekend, Germany and Austria sought assistance from the army, which brought in heavy machinery and troops to rescue citizens from neck-deep snow.
On Saturday, forecasters said that more snow is expected to batter central and northern Europe until the middle of next week and. Weather experts also announced that avalanche warnings across the region were now at critical levels.
In Albania, authorities said that nearly 2,000 soldiers had been deployed to assist in the nationwide rescue effort as weather conditions worsened at the end of the week. Authorities have said that a large-scale emergency operation is underway to rescue those trapped in the snow.
Authorities in Serbia announced that several municipalities in the southwest of the country had introduced emergency measures. A report in Serbia's state TV said that emergency measures were introduced as snow piling up on the roads had sealed off mountain villages in the country.
Meteorologists in Montenegro announced this week that the country was witnessing its coldest January in decades. Further, authorities in Montenegro said that emergency workers had managed to restore electricity to three towns on the Adriatic coast after a snowstorm hit a key power distribution line cutting power supplies this week.
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Updated: 1/12/2019 2:37:46 AM
Flights have been grounded and schools shut across continental Europe as heavy snow cuts off villages and power supplies.
At least 21 people have died in weather-related incidents across the continent this week, including two snowboarders who got caught up in an avalanche in the Pirin Mountains in southwest Bulgaria.

Many people have also been injured as a result of the extreme conditions, including three who were hurt when a 300-metre-wide avalanche hit the Santis hotel in Schwaegalp in Switzerland on Thursday. An image taken from inside the hotel showed the snow had crashed into the restaurant and buried more than 25 vehicles, including a coach, in the car park.

Elsewhere, schools were forced to shut after heavy snow left some remote villages cut off and disrupted traffic and power supplies in the Balkans.
Serbian state TV said on Friday that six regions in the southwest of the country had introduced emergency measures, but strong winds were complicating the work of emergency crews.

About 2,000 soldiers and other emergency workers in Albania were assigned to help people trapped by snow and to clear roads to restore access to cut-off villages

In the central Bosnian region of Kladanj, snow disrupted power supplies and cut phone lines. Zijad Vejzovic, from the area's civil protection agency, said authorities have declared an emergency. He said roads were impassable in some areas covered in one-metre-deep snow. "We need more machines. We have run out of resources and money," he said.

In the eastern German city of Chemnitz, all planned burials at the civic cemetery through Monday have been called off because of the snow. Five districts in Bavaria have declared a state of emergency with schools closing and some towns requesting the military to help clear the snow.
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Updated: 1/11/2019 4:03:41 AM
Austrian Hydro-meteorological authority reports this snowfall event is one in hundred years, while snowfall reach up to 4 meters in some areas.
The highest snow depths are currently north of the main Alpine ridge. 300 to 400 centimeters high is the snowpack in places on the mountains in the area from the Arlberg via Hochkönig and Dachstein to the Hochkar. Due to the strong wind load, however, extreme differences in the snow depth have sometimes occurred.
Looking at the recent snowfall (sum of daily fresh snow), some regions have already reached very extreme levels. For example, in the past ten days, 311 centimeters of fresh snow have been collected in Hochfilzen, 280 cm in Bad Mitterndorf, 208 cm in Seefeld, 170 cm in Ramsau am Dachstein and in Lofer. "Roughly we can say that these new amounts of snow even statistically occur only every 30 to 100 years, says Alexander Radlherr from the ZAMG in Innsbruck.
In many parts of the Austrian federal province of Styria since Tuesday afternoon, the highest level of avalanche danger is expected due to the new snow expected in the evening.
"The one who does not respect the official instructions is not just acting irresponsibly but brings our own and the lives of others into danger," said vice-premier of Styria Michael Schickhofer.
Meteorologist Alexander Ohms from ZAMG has announced that snow storms are expected in the provinces of Vorarlberg, Tirol, Salzburg, Styria and Upper Austria and that stormy winds from the west and northwest are coming along the snow. It is estimated that in the mountains wind speeds may be more than 100 kilometers per hour.
The snow storm, prevents helicopters from participating in rescue operations, although all the Austrian Army aircraft are on standby. The Austrian Army also has several Black Hawk helicopters, which are stationed mostly in the western part of the country that is most affected by avalanches, but they can't fly because of bad weather.
The rescuers have stopped searching for two mountaineers missing in Lower Austria on Saturday due to dangers of avalanche and announcing they will see if it is possible to continue searching for them tomorrow.
Civil protection calls on all to behave responsibly and to respect the decisions of the competent services and not to go skiing if the ski slope is officially closed.
Another one successful rescue operations carried out is the 11 German tourists from the mountain hut at Salzburg. They had been cut off from the world by noon and no electricity, and their food was over. The Mountain Service today managed to pull them out and bring them safely.
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Updated: 1/11/2019 2:39:22 AM
In Greece heavy snow disrupted both land and air traffic, with the worst of it affecting East Thessaly, Evia and northern sections of Central Greece on January 3 and 4. Three people were killed in Keratea, 45 km SE of Athens on January 3 after their car overturned near a stream during bad weather conditions. Parts of Austria and southern Germany remain in the grip of deadly winter weather. The bad weather has also been causing problems in Norway, Switzerland and Romania.
Austrian police said that a 16-year-old boy from Australia was killed in an avalanche in St. Anton am Arlberg as he was skiing with his family on Wednesday.
Several railway lines in the Alps were closed because of the snow, while trucks and cars were stuck for hours on a highway in southwestern Germany and schools closed in parts of Bavaria.
Austrian news agency APA reports there is still a “large to very high” avalanche danger in Salzburg, Upper Austria and Upper Styria.
In the Czech Republic, around 9,000 households were without electricity on Thursday after heavy snow in regions bordering Germany and Austria.
On Norway's Arctic Svalbard islands, more than 100 people were evacuated as a precaution because of a storm and the risk of avalanches.
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Updated: 1/10/2019 4:26:39 AM
A new wave of intense snowfall is very likely from Sunday to Tuesday. Current model guidance indicates extremely high snowfall rates, however, being still 4+ days away details may well change. More on this in the coming days.
"This is potentially a life-threatening situation. Exercise proper precautions and avoid areas of high avalanche danger." warn authorities.
New snow is expected along most of the Apennines, from Emilia Romagna to Calabria. Expect 10-20 cm of fresh snow at higher elevations, locally up to 50-80 cm! Snow may fall also on the coast of the Adriatic sea Marche, Abruzzo and Molise, possibly Puglia as well.
A cutoff low has formed in the northern Mediterranean, and has moved across the Tyrrhenian sea over southern Italy and the Ionian sea. It will stall there and produce heavy stau-effect snowfall across parts of southeastern Europe over the next 24-36 hours. Heavy snowfall is expected in the mountainous terrain of Montenegro, Albania, Greece and FYR Macedonia, with 30-60 cm of fresh snow over a wide area and locally up to 100 cm.
The western coast of Sardinia will get waves up to 4-7 m high from tonight until Thurday afternoon. Major waves also expected on Menorca (Balearic Islands) from tomorrow morning until at least Thursday morning, up to 3-6 m high. High waves also expected in northern Tunisia from tomorrow morning until Thursday morning, also up to 3-6 m high. Expect waves up to 3-6 m high along the western and southern coast of Sicily, major waves also expected on Malta. Beginning on Wednesday afternoon, major waves begin also along the western coast of Greece.
A French fighter jet carrying two pilots disappeared from radar screens yesterday near the Swiss border in a snowstorm, prompting a search across the mountainous area.
European news agencies have reported that 12 people have died and hundreds more have been trapped in Alpine regions by heavy snow and high winds as conditions increase the risk of deadly avalanches in the mountains.
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Updated: 1/9/2019 9:55:55 AM
2 people died and 200 injured because of cold in Serbia. In Poland 17 people died this weekend. Most vulnerable are homeless people and immigrants who still live in tents in Serbia, as temperatures reach -14 degrees. As temperatures reach -10 degrees in Budapest, Hungary, thousands of homeless are sent to shelters and given mattresses and warm clothe. 7 people are died in Germany, Austria and Switzerland fro avalanche.
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Updated: 1/9/2019 1:35:24 AM
Armenia’s Ministry of Transport, Communication and Information Technologies reports ground blizzard on the roads of Aragats, Artik and Gavar districts, as well as Vedi-Lanjar, Kuchak-Aparan and Lanjik road sections as of 9:30am Wednesday. Fog has descended over Dilijan turns, reducing the visibility to 80-100 meters. The Aragats and Gavar roads are partly covered with black ice. Kuchak-Aparan highway is difficult to pass due to blizzard and low visibility. Vardenyats Pass is shut down due to a severe snowstorm and extremely low visibility. Road maintenance works are underway, the ministry said.
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Updated: 1/9/2019 1:33:30 AM
Up to 1.5 meters of snow has fallen in central and north Austria since the middle of last week, with up to three meters accumulating in the mountains around Salzburg, Austria's meteorological service said. Some 2,000 people, including tourists, were left stranded in villages in the Soelktal valley in the southeast. Army helicopters used in avalanche control were grounded due to the bad weather. In the Hochkar mountain range in Lower Austria, ski resorts were closed until further notice, with inhabitants and tourists requested to vacate the area. More snow is expected this week, with up to 80 centimeters forecast from Tuesday.
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Updated: 1/8/2019 3:03:21 AM
Snowstorms, brought by weather system named Sophia, were especially heavy on Thursday and Friday, January 3 and 4. The worst affected regions appear to East Thessaly, Evia and northern sections of Central Greece. The city of Thessaloniki was covered in a thick layer of snow and completely paralyzed by the blizzard with no public transport running on January 5. The civil protection service has urged municipal authorities to be on the alert ahead of a further spell of cold weather expected to hit Greece on Monday, January 7, 2019. Blizzards leave 10 people dead as cold snap hits Greece and other parts of Europe.
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Updated: 1/7/2019 2:18:30 AM
At least 2 people have been killed and 2 others remain missing after below freezing temperatures and blizzards hit Europe this week. Severe weather is expected to continue into the new week. Act accordingly. Temperatures in central and northern Greece have remained below freezing for almost a week, Euronews reports. Heavy snow has disrupted transport services and forced flights to be diverted in the country's north.
The civil protection service has urged municipal authorities to be on the alert ahead of a further spell of cold weather expected to hit Greece on Monday, January 7, 2019.
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Published Sunday, January 6, 2019

The weather system “Sophia” made itself felt throughout Greece on Thursday as several areas experienced heavy snowfall, with disruptions being reported across the country throughout the day.

So far, the wintry weather has affected travel to many areas in northern Greece, including the “Seli” ski area in Imathia, which had to shut down due to the heavy snowfall and extreme cold.

Seli Ski Center president Kostas Tzelepis said that the decision “will avert disaster. We don’t want to expose people to danger.” There is an intense snowstorm in the area, he said, and temperatures has dropped to below -7 degrees Celsius, making travel by road extremely dangerous.

The low temperatures will continue at least until Saturday, with some reaching several degrees Celsius below zero overnight, especially in northern Greece.

Many international flights to Thessaloniki’s airport ”Makedonia” on Thursday were diverted to Kavala or Athens due to weather; two of them have been cancelled due to the heavy fog. Fraport Greece spokesperson Yiannis Papazoglou told AMNA that four flights landed in Kavala and one in Athens.

More disruptions were reported throughout the country, with local authorities rushing to different areas, attempting to solve the many problems caused by the cold front.
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Europe Snowstorm Facts

Power: 0
Affected Area: 3000 km.
Alert Level: Red
Category: Met
Response: Shelter
Severity: Extreme
Urgency: Immediate
Certainty: Observed

Killed: 28
Injured: 200
Missing: 8
Evacuated: 154

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