Heavy snowfall blocks roads in northern Spain

“Copious snowfalls” have blocked roads in the mountains and set the scene for ski resorts to open for the winter.

Only a week ago the Region of Murcia was basking in temperatures of 29 degrees during the long holiday weekend but as mid-November approaches the weather has taken a turn for the colder, and in the Pyrenees and the Picos de Europa in northern Spain copious snowfalls have blocked roads and set the scene for ski resorts to open for the winter, possibly at the end of the month.


Thanks to tomOmason for this link

2 thoughts on “Heavy snowfall blocks roads in northern Spain”

  1. well Greta will be quite at home(assuming some willing fool has a wooden rowboat with hemp sails, and caulked with tree resins) and is willing to provide all resources to move the poor lil deragnded child for nix
    though the rest of the junketing mobs from the upcoming climate luv-in might be peeved their bikinis etc wont be the right outfits

  2. Seville and Narbonne were the sea port of the Roman Empire, which indicates that the sea had a height of between 8 and 12 meters more than now.

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