Siberian style front grips Europe as another five people freeze to death in Moscow


Scandinavia, Poland and Estonia at the mercy of extreme cold: In
Scandinavia, temperatures reached as low as -42.6C. In Poland weather
forecasters predicted temperatures would reach -25C. In Estonia, where
the mercury sat at -33C, the deaths of four people were linked to the
extreme cold.

The Daily Telegraph, 23/1/2006, p. 15

Source: Erisk – 

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