|A man walks past an ice-covered car on the waterside at Lake Geneva in Switzerland|
For the third winter in a row, Europe has been hit with severe temperatures.
The Warmist Publication, Sydney Morning Herald has a report on Europe:
The deadly cold snap that has gripped Europe for more than a week has strained emergency services, wrought travel chaos and claimed more lives, bringing to more than 300 the tally of victims.The Global Post reports:
The homeless population has borne the brunt of the deaths, with dozens of transients freezing to death in unheated apartments, fire escapes or in makeshift street shelters.
Authorities on Sunday found the bodies of two homeless people in France who had likely frozen to death, bringing to at least 307 the number of cold-related deaths across Europe.
Ukraine suffering the highest toll — with 101 deaths recorded since the cold snap began. Temperatures plummeted as low to -16.6 degrees in the capital Kiev. Poland, Bulgaria and Romania also recorded high death tolls.
According to AFP, the dead included hundreds of homeless people who have frozen to death.
The cold has extended as far south as Serbia, where thousands were trapped under heavy snow and blizzards in the country's mountain villages.
In Italy, up to three inches of snow fell in some districts of the Italian capital, and the Colosseum was closed to prevent visitors slipping on ice or damaging the structure.
Black Hawk, Colorado – 48 inches
Evergreen, Colorado – 36 inches
Stapleton, Nebraska – 8 inches
Laramie, Wyoming – 26 inches
Sand Creek Reservoir, Wyoming – 18 inches
If only man-made Co2 emissions could cause some warming.