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World weatherwatch: from drifts in Paris to drought in Cape Town

14.02.2018
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The French capital's heaviest snowfall since 1987 caused major disruption, even closing the Eiffel Tower for daysSix inches (15cm) of snow blanketed the city of Paris, France, last week in what was the heaviest snowfall event since 1987. Although a picturesque scene, it caused major disruption, with the Eiffel Tower being closed for multiple days due to the inability to salt the walkways without risking structural damage. Additionally, breaking a previous snowfall record set in 1957, Moscow was buried in more than 17 inches (43cm) of snow within a 24-hour period last week. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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