Easter Sunday got off to an unusually cold start across Sweden – with three weather records broken as some towns experienced their chilliest April night in decades.
In Örebro, the mercury dropped to -14C, making it the coldest April night since 1944, according to P4 Örebro.
In Karlstad, Sweden’s meteorological institute SMHI said temperatures reached -9C, meaning it was the coldest night of April since 1985.
In Floda, Södermanland, things were even colder, reaching -17C. That was the coldest night measured since the local weather monitoring station was set up in 1995.
“It’s over 20 years old now, so we can say it’s remarkable that it was so cold,” Alexandra Ohlsson, a meteorologist at SMHI, told Swedish newswire TT.
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