Ukraine continues to be hardest hit, with another nine deaths overnight. Officials say 131 have now died, most of them homeless people, and 1,800 people have been taken to hospital. Eight people died in Poland overnight, police say, bringing the toll to 53.
Three helicopters were being used over eastern Bosnia on Sunday to deliver food and pick up people who needed evacuation. A state of emergency is in force in the capital, Sarajevo, where snow has paralysed the city.
In neighbouring Serbia, 70,000 people remain cut off and 32 municipalities throughout the country have introduced emergency measures, according to senior emergency official Predrag Maric. The Netherlands marked temperatures of -21.8C in the town of Lelystad on Saturday, the lowest recorded in the country for 27 years.
Source: BBC News
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