Aug 13

Record cold in parts of Europe—some the coldest in 100 years, some the coldest ever:

Summer snows fell in Sweden and a city in Saxony experienced its coldest temperature on record.

The Local also reported Ljungskile on the country’s west coast experienced the coldest day the area has seen in more than 100 years. Temperatures were below 47 degrees Fahrenheit Wednesday.

In Germany, the city of Carlsfeld was also hit by record low temperatures. The Local reported temperatures dropped to 34 degrees Fahrenheit — the coldest ever recorded in the town. Carlsfeld began recording temperatures in 1990.

The Bavarian town of Bad Königshofen saw near-record low temperatures for the month, hitting 34 degrees Fahrenheit as well, just above the record low set in 1987.

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