Bad weather in Europe: chaos on roads, 65 dead
Snowfalls in Europe
In France, where the coastal winds reached a speed of 146 km/h, killed the woman fell the tree.
Most countries in Europe continue to be affected by severe frosts with a strong winds and storms, which occur throughout the power outages and chaos on roads, the BBC reports.
In France, about 350 thousand houses remained without electricity, and on the East coast of England declared a flood warning. Meanwhile, Belgium also strengthen the coast for flood protection.
Germany is preparing for a strong snowfall, forecasters say the worst weather is expected in the Eastern direction. Drivers in Germany have been warned about snow and ice on the roads. Three motorists have died in traffic accidents in Bavaria.
Some countries suffer from the highest snowfall over the past few years, the Danube river and the Bosphorus closed to navigation .
“In Montenegro, Serbia, Macedonia and Bulgaria much colder than normal, with low temperatures to-15C for five consecutive days. In neighbouring countries – Italy, Greece, Turkey and Romania by 5-10 degrees colder than usual for this time of year”, – reported in the world meteorological organization.
In France, where the coastal winds reached a speed of 146 km/h, killed the woman fell the tree. In Albania the woman was killed near his home in severe frosts in the southern city of Saranda.
In General, the cold snap across Europe has claimed 65 lives.
Recall that in Bulgaria there is abnormally cold weather. Due to frost for the first time in 60 years frozen surface of the Gulf of Burgas on the Black sea and some parts of the river Danube, local media reported.