Cold wave 2006 in Europe
The cold wave of January 2006 has affected all the Europe of the East and made many victims, especially among the homeless people. The phenomenon began the January 20th in Russia and extended in the Central Europe. Into certain areas of Poland, Romania and Ukraine, the temperatures fell to -30°C. According to Welsh Patrick, meteorologist of Weather-France, " it is necessary to go at least at 10 years, and sometimes back to 20 years behind, to observe cold also vifs" . Snow fell in abundance in Turkey and Greece, causing the paralysis of transport.
- 80 died, including 37 only in Poland, 4 in Germany (on January 23rd)
Some temperaturesAt the Monday, January 23:
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