People walk at Villa Borghese during a heavy snowfall in Rome, Italy February 26, 2018. REUTERS/Remo Casilli
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The Arctic storm dubbed the "Beast from the East" saw temperatures across much of Europe fall Monday to their lowest level this winter and even brought a rare snowstorm to Rome, paralyzing the city and giving its residents the chance to ski, sled and build snowmen in its famous parks and piazzas.Elsewhere in Europe, the storm set dangerously low temperatures: Lithuanian officials said temperatures that plunged to as low as minus 24 degrees Celsius in some places were to blame for the deaths of at least three people over the weekend.Moscow, as well, recorded its coldest night this winter, with the mercury dipping to nearly -20 C on Sunday night.The storm system has moved progressively south and west and is expected to bring continued cold and snow for several days over much of Europe.
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