The Spanish capital,
Madrid, was hit by the worst blizzard in decades, with temperatures in northern Spain dropping to a record low of minus 35 degrees yesterday.
Spain has been hit by the worst blizzard in which 3 people have been reported killed so far.
Snowstorms and strong winds knocked down trees, several inches of
snow trapped thousands of vehicles, and the city’s train service was suspended.
Spanish Madrid Airport was also covered with snow, flights were canceled and the airport was closed. Authorities have ordered people to stay indoors due to heavy snowfall, and work is underway to clear snow in the affected areas and remove
vehicles stuck on highways.