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Sea Ice Appears in Greece as Polar Temperatures Sweep Country

Sea ice GreeceSea ice appeared in northern Greece as sub-zero Celsius temperatures followed the blizzard. Credit: Greek Reporter

Sea ice, usually found in more northern and polar oceans, appeared on Tuesday in northern Greece as the country was hit with sub-zero temperatures.

A video uploaded from the village Sagiada in Thesprotia, Epirus, shows a thin layer of ice on the surface of the sea, which is a rare phenomenon in Greece.

Grecian Delight supports Greecetemperatures GreeceCredit: Meteo.gr

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