In some parts of Austria the snow is so high that cable cars are engulfed by it

In some parts of Austria the snow is so high that cable cars are engulfed by it

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Austria cable cars engulfed – 10 Jan 2019

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Thanks to Victor for this photo

12 thoughts on “In some parts of Austria the snow is so high that cable cars are engulfed by it”

  1. Robert, I have a question for you regarding a chart I just saw at electro which shows 400 years of sunspot observations. It appears we are just entering the modern minimum or Eddy minimum and that the worst is yet to come in a couple of decades, 2040-50 and into the future. After 2050 we will see the mini ice age for real as now it is only fits and starts and isolated to certain portions and times around the world. This still allows global warming people the chance to blame co2 for any anomalies. Am I reading things correctly? Thanks for the great web site as well.

  2. January 12, 2019. Watch: Pakistan’s northern areas receive heavy snowfall. ISLAMABAD: Some areas in the upper half of Pakistan were hit by rain while the mountainous regions received snowfall Saturday morning.
    It rained in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Abbottabad, Mansehra, Muzaffarabad and Rawalakot.
    Murree, Gilgit, Thandiani, Naran, Kaghan, Swat, Kalam and Malam Jabba received snowfall.

    Algeria: 12 Jan. 2019. Snow has fallen in abundance in several parts of the eastern and central parts of the country on Thursday and Friday. On social networks, Internet users shared beautiful snowy landscapes. On the roads, where traffic has become very difficult, it is a pain for motorists.

  3. Tunisia: The snow fell in abundance this Saturday, January 12, 2019 on the dunes of a part of the Tataouine desert. A rare and exceptional phenomenon that amazed the inhabitants of the region. A phenomenon that has been repeated in recent years in Algeria and occurs this year in Tunisia. The intense rains on Friday and the snowflakes this Saturday surprised residents who said it had not been raining in their area for two months.
    Recall that the regions of Ain Draham, Kasserine, Kef and Gafsa have experienced in the last two days considerable snowfall and negative temperatures of up to -2 degrees.

    • If the authorities are anything like ours it would have melted three times over before planning permission was granted.

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