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This city of earth has also cooled down from Mars

Many countries around the world are in the grip of severe cold. Recently the prediction of weather scientists about the US is also being proven to be true.

Mercury is continuously falling in the night at night and in many parts, the temperature has dropped a lot, but due to the snowy winds-below 35 degrees, which is less than the normal temperature of Mars. Due to the bomb cyclone, there is bad weather in the US and snow has fallen to 3-4 feet in many areas.

The cold wave is such that not only the animal but also the human blood has started to freeze. Usually felt freezing on temperature human blood -2 ° C, but after coming into direct contact with the cold. Man due to body heat can bear the cold to 25 degrees, but it seems frozen human blood on the mercury falling.

According to weather scientists, Mount Washington's heavy winds in New Hampshire have fallen a lot due to cold winds and it can reach up to -73 degrees Celsius. It has cooled more than Mars's surface. The American Weather Service has issued a warning of cold winds in all parts of New Hampshire, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, New York, Vermont and Mene.

Meteorologists say that could reach Europe in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts mercury minus 37 degrees Celsius. However, Metrolojist Dam Hoffman Baltimore National Weather Service that freezing melting bones here said. He said that there was such a terrible cold in February 2015.

Reached mercury zero degrees on Saturday night from Philadelphia to Boston. At the same time, due to snowy winds, the minus was feeling from 10 to 20 degrees Celsius. Due to the cold in the US, at least 18 people have died since Friday. Some of these deaths have also happened in road accidents due to the cold.

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This city of earth has also cooled down from Mars


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