Snow at elevation zero!
29 Dec 2016 – The snowfall in Greece’s capital city, where snowfall is rarely seen, surprised city dwellers. Snow in southern #Athens, elevation zero. Unbelievable pic.twitter.com/ISfMcDRhYE – Daphne Papadopoulou (@daphnenews)
Inhabitants compared snow-covered roads 3-4 centimeters thick after about four hours of snowfall.
Snowy Athens, Greece, even in the city center on Thursday. In many suburbs of Attica has “paved” with snow, creating obstacles in the movement of vehicles in parts of the road network.
Prohibition are in effect for driving into Piraeus, Rafina and Lavrio. The thermometer in the basin will not exceed 4 degrees Celsius today. The snow will continue Friday, with gradual improvement of the New Year’s Eve.
Thanks to Argiris Diamantis for these links
“Roofs blown off in Istanbul, snow in Athens. But the Dutch MSM doesn’t report it,” says Argiris. “Every wildfire in Australia is always headline news. That’s how Big Green is manipulating us into believing the global warming scam.”