Up to 282 cm (110 inches) of snow in the Middle Atlas. That’s more than 9 feet.
Since February 3, 2018, significant snowfall has hit several regions of Morocco, for the first time ever for some.
From February 6 to 7, up to 282 cm of snow was recorded by the National Meteorological Directorate on Jbal Habri (Ifrane) and 272 cm at Michlifen Station.
The snow caused major disruptions in transportation. Some 38 roads were still cut due to the snow at 23:00 on Tuesday, February 6.
In the city of Ifrane, the snow reached 173 cm (5 ft-8 inches) deep.
In the province of Khenifra, snow depths of 170 cm were recorded in Moulay Yaâcoub and 190 cm in Ouiwane. In Beni-Mellal, 85 cm were recorded at Aghbala.
Look at this picture of Ifrane, Morocco, on February 6, 2018.
Thanks to Argiris Diamantis for these links