Cold wave brings back winter in Poland

China Central Television (CCTV)- A new round of cold air from Siberia led to a huge temperature drop accompanied by snow in Poland on Friday.

Residents in Poland had just got a taste of spring with temperature climbing to as high as 20 degrees Celsius the previous week, but the country was snapped back to winter with a new round of snowy weather.

Temperature in various regions are expected to hit below zero over the weekend, with the country’s east and south facing more rain and snow.

On Friday, 10 southeast voivodeships (provinces) issued low temperature warnings, with the southern Polish city of Krakow expecting 50 centimeters of snow overnight.

The sudden snowfall also caused more traffic during Warsaw’s rush hours Friday afternoon. The cold weather is expected to continue till March 22.

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  • Blizzards
  • Meteorology
  • Nature
  • Water
  • Eurasian Steppe
  • Geography of Kazakhstan
  • Geography of Russia
  • North Asia
  • Siberia
  • Snow
  • Winter of 2009–10 in Europe
  • Lake-effect snow

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