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Unusual weather conditions for North Cyprus


Heavy snowfall, which was not observed in the TRNC for the past 30 years, not only brought chaos on the roads, but winter fun for children and adults. On Thursday, 19 February, in many regions of Northern Cyprus, the temperature dropped to the level of negative 3 degrees. On the north coast there is a strong water currents, but, fortunately, there were no reports of significant damages. In some regions of the northern part of the island of snow cover reached 40 centimeters. The lowest temperature was recorded in Guzelyurt nreagtive 2, Adsancak and Karsiyaka negative 3. The Ministry of Education has decided to close the public schools, which allowed hundreds of families to go to the mountain area for snow fun and beautiful photographs.

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22.02.2015

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