-5 ° C temperature, strong winds and snow in Scotland [FOTO e VIDEO]


Yesterday, 4 April, Sunday, a country in England, Persor, recorded the maximum + 17,9 ° CWhile watching today’s temperature + 7 ° C, It is a drop of 11 ° C. Is responsibleArctic cold wave Who was beginning his descent on the United Kingdom by night Name More strong Twenty On Scotland.

Low temperature -5 ° C A bremer, -3 ° C Advertisement Aberdeen E -2 ° C In Edinburgh and Glasgow. For the taste of winter in early April, many people woke up in the snow, as shown by the photo in the sliding gallery above and the video at the bottom of the article. Snow is causing problems and inconveniences in transportation. Many rail services on the west coast are facing disruption, while others have been canceled altogether. Some roads have been closed.

In the north of Scotland, the yellow alert for snow is in effect until 10am tomorrow, effective Tuesday 6 April, with winds predicted to be up to 110 km / h.

Strong winds and heavy snow in the north of Scotland [VIDEO]

Scottish Highlands Under Snow [VIDEO]

During the day, the cold air will also extend to the rest of the British Isles and the Scandinavian Peninsula and then continue between Europe and the Mediterranean Sea in the following days.

Weather forecast, a historic Arctic cold wave in Europe: Temperatures as low as -10 ° C, lots of snow and frost soon after Easter [MAPPE]

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