World Bulletin/News Desk
Heavy snowfall is expected to hit Istanbul on Saturday evening.
A wave of cold weather is estimated to hit Istanbul on January 5, the General Directorate of Meteorology has announced.
Temperatures are expected to fall starting January 5, ahead of heavy snowfall that will continue in the city until January 9.
Meanwhile, temperature in the eastern provinces of Agri and Ardahan dropped to minus 22 degrees Celsius on Friday night.
Agri and Ardahan were followed by Kars province as the coldest province in the region with minus 21 degrees Celsius.
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