Greece to withstand severe cold and snowfall until New Year’s Eve


Significant deterioration of weather in view of New Year’s Eve is reported by the NMS. 

It is expected the weather will drop in the next few days and there will be stormy north winds on Sunday and Monday.

On Tuesday, New Year’s Eve, the weather is expected to gradually improve from the north, with temperatures expected to rise slightly. 

Heavy snow is expected throughout the whole festive period.




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