- Public health officials advised elderly people to stay home.
- The snow has turned to ice, which has caused problems for public transportation as well.
Temperatures dropped to -25 C (that’s -15 F) in Molina de Aragón and Teruel. This was Spain’s coldest night in more than two decades.
Winters tend to be quite mild in the country, so officials are still working on repairing and cleaning up the streets from the storm.
Emergency crews have started to cleanup Spain days after Storm Filomena. Per ABC News, Spain has cleared 500 roads and rescued more than 1,500 people who were stranded in their cars as a result of the storm.
- All people trapped in their cars have been rescued, officials told ABC News. However, hundreds of cars remain unrecovered and need to be rescued.
- Authorities still ask people to delay any travel by car for now as they work to shovel their way out of the storm’s wrath.