Cold here to stay and puts mainland Portugal under yellow warning

By TPN/Lusa, in News · 05-01-2021 20:00:00 · 5 Comments

Overnight lows will hover around 0 degrees in Porto, 1 in Lisbon and 6 in Faro.

The freezing cold weather currently sweeping Portugal looks here to stay for a little while longer. All mainland districts remain under a yellow weather warning due to the cold, which in some places is forecast to drop to minus four degrees. Overnight lows will hover around 0 degrees in Porto, 1 in Lisbon and 6 in Faro.



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Comments:

Dear anna , Having a Portuguese passport and being a native Portuguese are 2 totally different things..... exactly ! Different country, people , geography , ethnic and different views but why do not STOP the immigrant in Portugal? I'm as also migrated persons but don't forget there contribution in Portugal economy, investment business. I'm apologise! Do know Portuguese colonialism history ? No you never ignore it . Better why dont't we make ,great, peace , economical strong portugal together ...... dont you ? And After that we do mathematics . ????

By Binay from Lisbon on 07-01-2021 12:24

How can anyone survive without heating especially when you need to work from home? This is so absurd. My family's been sick for a week and we can literally see our breaths indoors. Not decent at all.

By Kristina Doyle from Lisbon on 06-01-2021 11:19

Well once a few hundred die of the cold ......and pneumonia etc ...the government will just put it down to this virus....car slids off the road in the snow hits tree all occupant killed ....must all have had this terrible virus...

By Bobsutton from UK on 06-01-2021 03:09

Having a Portuguese passport and being a native Portuguese are 2 totally different things. There are 160,000 Indians in the U.K. with Portuguese passports! Plus other nationalities with Portuguese passports, now you do the maths!

By Anna from Madeira on 06-01-2021 01:23

It is quite cold for Portugal, but what bothers people is the lack of proper heating. Especially when working the room temperature should be between 21C and 22C. I bet this can hardly be met in any home office in Portugal.

By John Dough from Lisbon on 06-01-2021 11:43
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