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21 of April, 14:27

The strongest snow cyclone covered the whole of Eastern Europe
The strongest snow cyclone covered the whole of Eastern Europe. In the Volga region the temperature below the norm by 10 degrees. An accident on the road, the cliffs on the power lines.

In Europe the breath of winter. In mid-April, residents of the capital of Moldova certainly did not expect to see snow outside the window. Traffic in the city stopped completely. Felled thousands of trees. Fallen pillars and branches crushed dozens of cars, it is known about one affected. In connection with a snow cyclone in the country declared a state of emergency.

Abnormal snowfalls have covered 11 regions of Ukraine. 3 days had the monthly norm of precipitation. In connection with the sharp cold of the Ukrainian authorities thinking about how to start urgently stopped due to lack of coal power plant.

A Blizzard and snow drifts on the roads of Hungary, Romania and Poland. Drivers to the vagaries of the weather were not ready. Many say that this is not seen even in January: on the roads in huge drifts. In Slovakia, on one of the icy slopes immediately faced 40 cars. More than 20 people were injured. As they say meteorologists, warming in Europe will not come before early next week.

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