August snow in Germany and Austria

Snowfall a month earlier than usual.

26 Aug 2018 – Amazing photos on social networks show snow in both countries, with the temperature dropping as much as 15 degrees.

Winter landscapes reign in Salzburg. According to WetterOnline, it snowed at an altitude of less than 1000 m above sea level. For example, the inhabitants of the ski town of Bad Gastein, south of Salzburg, sundered their eyes with astonishment on Sunday because green lawns and trees were covered with a 5-cm layer of snow. Caps and jackets had to be taken out by the inhabitants of Obertauern, Rauris, Sankt Jakob in Defereggental or Hintertux, where the first snow dropped a month earlier than usual.

However, the biggest attack of winter occurred in Australia, where 40 cm of snow fell down from Saturday to Sunday,

https://krolowasuperstarblog.wordpress.com/2018/08/26/w-kalendarzu-sierpien-a-w-niemczech-i-austrii-sypnelo-sniegiem/

Thanks to Patric for this link


4 thoughts on “August snow in Germany and Austria”

  1. Further Alpine snow above 900M is possible periodical throughout this week as the North West Arctic plunge continues with a series of cold fronts moving South East from the Iceland- Norway gap spring snow in the autumn?
    This early blast of alpine winter weather will end next weekend as a major ridge of High pressure build North Eastwards over the UK towards Scandinavia and cuts off the flow of cold air.

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