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Weather: big freeze continues across Sweden

Icy pavements in Stockholm in January. Photo: Tomas Oneborg/SvD/TT

Published: 23.Jan.2019 07:48 hrs

Temperatures were set to stay below freezing in most of Sweden on Wednesday.

Southern parts of the Lapland mountains in northern Sweden have already seen temperatures drop to record-cold levels for the season, hitting a shivering -35.5C earlier this week.

The worst of the cold appears to be moving on, but temperatures remained below freezing across most of Sweden on Wednesday morning, with some snow predicted for the Norrland region.

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