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Britain expected to experience sub-zero temperatures as winter continues to take its toll across parts of Europe.

Tuesday, 10 January 2017
Britain and some parts of Europe are currently experiencing the lowest temperatures ever recorded. Britain alone is expected to experience cold in an arctic blast expected to lead to about 8 inches of snow.


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The temperatures are expected to drop to less than -10C as winter takes its toll in Britain and some parts of Europe.

In other parts of Europe especially Greece, some deaths have been reported and in Poland a man died from cold. 


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Metrological office has warned that a 55mph wind full of cold snap is expected to hit Britain. Britain will also experience sub-zero temperatures and thunder snow.

The met office says that Britain will experience sub-zero temperatures as from Thursday all the way to Friday. By Thursday, parts of Scotland will have experienced snow before extending all the way to London. 


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Snow showers and strong winds from Arctic Canada will affect Britain for a number of days.

Parts of Europe have experienced dangerously low temperatures in the last few days. Pope Francis had asked people to draw attention to the homeless suffering in cold weather. 


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The extreme low temperatures in Europe have so far led to more than half a dozen deaths, migrants living in tents have remained homeless and many villages have been cut off.

Planes have also been grounded in parts of Europe and accidents have also happened in different roads across Europe.


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More than 8 deaths in Italy were blamed on the extreme low temperatures. A man and a woman have also died in Bulgaria’s mountainous region as they tried to make their way to Europe.
The Metrological office has advised people to be cautious on the roads to avoid road accidents. For example it is advisable to avoid turning and braking at the same time. 


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