Heavy snowfall and deadly blizzards has been lashing Europe, forcing airports to cancel or delay flights around the continent, as a deep freeze gripped countries from the far north to Mediterranean beaches in the south.
Fresh heavy snowfalls and icy blizzards were expected to lash Europe on Thursday as the region shivers in a deadly deep-freeze that has gripped countries from the far north to the Mediterranean south.
A cold front approached the northern region late last evening, dropping the temperature and causing scattered rain across the region.
Central provinces from Quảng Bình to Phú Yên, as well as the northern part of the Central Highlands will experience strong rainfall, which will subside starting from December 6.
Typhoon Damrey killed at least 49 people, left 27 others missing and injured at least 64 people after making its landfall on the south central and Central Highlands provinces since Saturday, according to the latest update of Central Steering Committee for Natural Disasters Prevention and Control.
Northern region and the northern part of central region can expect rainstorms of varying degrees this weekend, said the National Centre for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting.