How is that global warming feeling now?

The alarmists claim that we will be in deep trouble if the world warms one or two degrees… nowhere near as much trouble as hundreds of  people are in right now in Europe as they freeze to death under the coldest weather for 70 years.

How is that global warming thing feeling right now?

It’s the worst cold snap in Russia in over 70 years. Hundreds have already frozen to death across Eastern Europe. But you won’t be hearing about this in the mainstream media.

A vicious cold snap has claimed nearly 200 lives across Russia and eastern Europe, and forecasters say the freeze could last until Christmas Eve.

In Russia, the cold has killed two people in the past 24 hours, the Ria-Novosti agency reported, citing medical sources, bringing the total number of deaths over the past week to 56.

Thermometers have been stuck below minus 20 degrees Celsius in Moscow and below minus 50 degrees in some parts of Siberia for a week.

Russian weather forecasters said the temperature in the Khabarovsk region in eastern Russia had dropped to minus 43 Celsius, while Krasnoyarsk in Siberia reported minus 47.

This “abnormal” frost would last till Monday because of a persistent anticyclone, they added.

In Russia’s European region, meanwhile, the mercury is expected to fall to minus 31 degrees Celsius on Christmas Eve before rising rapidly afterwards.

Other European countries hit hard by the extreme temperatures were counting the toll as temperatures gradually started to return to normal.

In Ukraine, where heavy snowfall has been falling for weeks, authorities said 83 people have died of cold including 57 who were found on the street.

Homeless people are often the hardest-hit by the region’s bitter winters.

Another 526 cold victims were reportedly receiving hospital treatment in Ukraine.


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