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Spain is buried in huge snow! A violent blizzard hit Navarra.

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Published on 30 Nov 2021 / In News and Politics

The snow and the cold have continued to be protagonists this Sunday in the north of the peninsula; Three communities, Cantabria, Navarra and the Basque Country, have woken up on maximum alert (red) due to extreme risk of snowfall due to the passage of the Arwen storm, which has left temperatures of -12 degrees in some points.
In addition to Cantabria —which has already gone from red to orange alert, Navarra and the Basque Country, the warning map for this day also included Aragon, Castilla y León, Catalonia and La Rioja.
The wind has also been the protagonist in some areas of Catalonia, Andalusia, Aragon, Murcia, the Community of Valencia and the Community of Madrid, with a forecast of maximum gusts between 70 and 85 kilometers per hour.
Ambulance crews in southern Spain have cleared 500 roads and rescued more than 1,500 people trapped in their vehicles, slowly escaping the country's worst snowstorm in recent memory. Up to 50 centimeters of snow have been recorded since yesterday evening. Much of the country remained impassable as roads, rail lines and air links were disrupted by the storm. Transport Minister Jose Luis Abalos said the crews have cleared two runways at the international airport and that departures have resumed. Arrival will start again weather permitting.
On Monday the situation improves. A progressive stabilization trend is expected in much of the country, although rainfall will continue in the extreme north of the peninsula and the snow level will rise at all points, tending generally to remit snow.

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