The people of Spain are suffering from freezing cold, not bone tremors. A few days ago, the life of the Spaniards was disrupted by a severe snowstorm. That disturbance has not yet subsided. In the meanwhile the strong cold has started again. Last Monday night, the temperature in the central part of the country dropped to minus 25 degrees Celsius. The local authorities have warned the elderly to leave their homes in this horrible situation.
At least seven people have died in the country so far this winter. Among them are two homeless people from Barcelona. According to the BBC, temperatures in the Molina de Aragon and Teruel areas of Spain dropped to minus 25 degrees Celsius (minus 13 degrees Fahrenheit) on Monday night, the lowest in the country’s history in 20 years.
‘Spanish Siberia’ It has been so cold in Spain that locals have started calling Molina de Aragon, who recorded the lowest temperature, ‘Spanish Siberia’. The capital Madrid is also experiencing severe winter. As soon as Monday night, the temperature in the city dropped to minus 16 degrees Celsius. Coronavirus has caused a bed crisis in Spanish hospitals. On top of that, people injured by the ice have also started crowding there.