Heavy snowfall in Bosnia and Herzegovina disrupts transportation

25 cm (10 inches) in Sarajevo, 71 cm (28 inches) in nearby mountains

15 Dec 2018 –  Heavy snowfall and cold in Bosnia and Herzegovina since yesterday are causing disruption in transportation in high parts of the country.

According to the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FHMZBiH), Sarajevo has reached 20 to 25 centimeters, while Bjelasnica Mountain near Sarajevo reports 71 centimeters of snow.

Bosnia and Herzegovina Automobile Motor Club (BİHAMK) said the snow has caused long queues in the entrance to Sarajevo.

Meteorologists warned that snowfall is expected to continue, and the temperature may drop to 13 degrees below zero.



Thanks to Argiris Diamantis for these links

“Although Sarajevo, Bosnia is a part of Europe,” says Argiris, “the European MSM doesn’t bring this news about heavy snowfall and extreme low temperatures in the beginning of winter in Bosnia. We have to find it on a Turkish news agency website.”

3 thoughts on “Heavy snowfall in Bosnia and Herzegovina disrupts transportation”

  1. It is interesting that France goes into revolt now, at the beginning of modern grand minimum, when last big revolts there were during the middle of the Little Ice Age. If history is any guide, this will be worse and leaders will find scapegoats.

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  2. GSM climate changes, Swiss peer reviewed researchers (real ologist and scients and not Bristlecone wrong tree barkers) have identified a 10 year switch over period from the Solar Warm Period end 2008 and the abrupt decent into a GSM, this fits any 2 Cycles GSM such as LALIA, Oort, Wolf, the first two cycles of Spoorer and Maunder, Dalton this modern GSM and the AMP affected cycles of the Non GSM Gliessberg period 1870 to 1940, the affected cycles are around the turn of the 19th Century.

    Central Europe is currently affected by a “Beast from East” blast of very cold air moving down from Northern Russia via the Blocking High over East Scandinavia.

    This winter will be memorable over most of the Northern and Central continental landmasses of the Northern Hemisphere, it will be the first of many over the rest of SC24, the wholes of SC25 and a major part of SC26.

    The weather records of Europe are littered which historical event like these since the 10 century, and always during the solar minimum between cycles or during the period of each GSM.

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