“Death toll from frost in Europe rises to 55, city of Montpellier in the south of France paralysed,”says reader. “Nothing about this in the Dutch MSM, I have to get this information from an Argentina News Medium. Snow chaos in Europe is headline news over there, but not in Europe!”______________________
1 Mar 2018 – Chaos, extreme weather, polar temperatures, snowfall, ice a glacial wind in Britain and France, the worst storm in the last 30 years.
The thermometer remains below zero at least until Friday. There are four dead in Britain since the phenomenon began, two in France and 55 killed in the rest of Europe.
This morning the thermometer dropped to 12 below zero in Metz (France) and 10 below zero in Lyon.
At least 2,000 motorists spent the night on the closed A9 route in Montpelier, southern France. Another 400 were isolated in TVG trains, which could not advance dues to ice and snow on the tracks.
Schools, airports and public buildings are closed in Britain, France and Ireland in the face of the violence of the Siberian climatic phenomenon.
Wales and London issue the first red alert of their meteorological history
Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon asked peopole not to go out on the streets while Wales and London issued the first red alert of their meteorological history.
After an isolated night on the route, at least 2,000 vehicles remained blocked on the route of the French region of Herault…. entire families slept in their cars.
“I have been blocked since yesterday at 1:30 in the afternoon. I have two guys in the back seat. Since then we have only been able to advance 300 meters, “Anthony Jammont told the newspaper Ouest France, at 10 o’clock on Thursday morning. He left Marseille at noon on Wednesday to reach Niort. It is still blocked. He describes an “apocalyptic” situation between Montpellier and Narbonne. A dozen accidents and a turned-over truck…. The emergency services can not pass.
Montpellier, in the south of France, was placed on red alert all night and woke up with 20 cms (8 inches) of snow and 30 cm (12 inches) in surrounding areas. The city was paralyzed…. no trains, no trams, and all public buildings closed.
It snowed on the Ile de France and in Paris, where the streets are covered by ice and the mayor warns about the risk of falls and fractures.
Thanks to Argiris Diamantis in the Netherlands for this link