Snow suddenly fell in Croatia – Video

In the middle of summer!

In the south of Croatia, including in coastal cities, unexpectedly snow fell in the middle of summer.


It is reported by 24sata .

Snowfall swept the Cetina region and spread to the coastal cities of Trogir and Kastela. Snow cover in places reached 10 centimeters.

Local residents did not expect such a sharp change in weather. Many had to push their cars, and some even decided to ski.

http://mignews.com/mobile/article.html?id=210620_134737_02326

Thanks to Alexey Parkhomenko for this link


15 thoughts on “Snow suddenly fell in Croatia – Video”

  1. Just wondering, when exactly did this snow fall? The first video shows the 17th of June but the other video beneath that one shows the 20th?

    When I translated from Croatian to English on the first video, it said “a storm that Greece has not seen” via freetranslation website.

    OLUJA KAKVU GRČKA NIJE VIDELA! Kao sneg da je pao: ZABELEO grad, bagerima ga sklanj

    it translated as “A STORM THAT GREECE HAS NOT SEEN! As if it had snowed: THE CITY WAS NOTICED, they were removing it from the roads with excavators!”

    So I’m not sure if this was Greece or Croatia?

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  3. I found another source that did for a fact mention that the “snow” in Croatia was a genuine headline under http://www.heraldscotland.com.
    It was also reported by electroverse.net.
    Just wanted to make sure since snow spreading to the coastal areas seem very unusual in mid June in Croatia. I thought it was more likely to be hail.

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    • He is not laying or lying either. The translated page states the Cetina region of Croatia which is north of Split and refers to two coastal towns Trogir and Castela. Look at a map. But it is obviously a very heavy hailstorm not snow. The question might be are these becoming more common and if so why. There was something similar in the UK a week or so back just after some warm weather.

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    • In the south of Croatia, including in coastal cities, unexpectedly snow fell in the middle of summer.

      It is reported by 24sata .

      Snowfall swept the Cetina region and spread to the coastal cities of Trogir and Kastela. Snow cover in places reached 10 centimeters.

      Just the wrong picture. Honest mistake. Picture above the text shows the snow. Below the text is the video about the hail storm in Northern Greece a few days ago. Calm down and click the link.

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  4. I find it difficult to believe that snow would fall to sea level in the Mediterranean in late June. More likely to be hail. Those lumpy balls of ice in the video suggests that it is hail.

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  5. I’m from Croatia. It was a heavy hailstorm in Dalmatia region in coastal areas, accompanied by temperatures of about 12°C (54°F), and that is very low. We are talking about very nice Mediterranean climate and tourists coming from all over the world to swim in the Adriatic sea. This year there was practically no spring in coastal regions. In the (coastal) area where I live, we had to wear long-sleeve shirts and long pants up until about ten days ago (well into climatological Summer).

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