Europe freezes as temperatures plunge to lowest in three decades, Rome has snow for the first time in 27 years, flights are grounded, governments argue over gas supplies, the UK Met Office issues nine warnings for ice disruptions to transport, and over two hundred people die of cold or in accidents caused by freezing weather throughout Europe.
Editorial Comment: Do you remember when climate experts were predicting snow and ice would be a rare event in Britain and future children would not know what snow was? Reference: Independent 20 March 2000.
Evidence News 8 February 2012
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