Italy’s current wintery severe weather is expected to last for at least another more week, weather experts warned on Tuesday.The country has been hit by blankets of snow and below-freezing temperatures, causing disruption to traffic and school closures.

The Siberian winds have seen temperatures plunge across much of Europe and have claimed at least ten lives across the continent.One homeless man in Italy reportedly died of heart failure near the central train station in Milan, where the mercury dropped to -6C on Monday night.
Rome awoke to its first snowfall in six years on Monday, with temperatures falling to -4C on Tuesday morning, according to the Italian Meteorological Service.
In the capital, several train and metro stations as well as churches and other buildings were transformed into emergency shelters for the city’s homeless population, while similar initiatives took place across the country.