Anomalous cold in Bulgaria – This article blames global warming.
This is a translation, by me, of a Google translation. Please let me know if I’ve made any glaring mistakes. – Robert
12 Jan 2017 – “The last time the sea in the Bulgarian resort of Burgas was covered with ice was in 1954. Throughout the entire 20th century ice paralyzed this part of the Black Sea area only 3 times.”
The Balkan country is experiencing extreme cold. In some areas, the air temperature dropped to -29 C (-20 F).
“This winter is strong for many countries in Europe. In Italy, the famous Roman fountains display a frozen waterfall, it is snowing in Montenegro, and in Belgium the rails of the train have frozen.
“Harsh winter is associated with global warming. Its influence is felt not only in the exhausting heat waves, but also in heavy rains, floods, and even the strongest cold.” (As you can probably guess, I strongly disagree with this.)
Thanks to Martin Siebert for this link