Snowing in high altitudes of Black Sea province of Rize, Turkey

Heavy snowfall on the Kaçkar Mountains in Çamlıhemşin district on the last day of June surprised everyone.

Forty climbers set out at 06.00 am to climb to the summit and had to return to Avusor Plateau.

Ercan Kesti, who returned from the group due to heavy snowfall, said, “We tried to climb Kaçkarlar but there is an incredible snowfall.

https://www.tv100.com/kackarlara-haziranin-son-gununde-kar-yagdi-haber-462137

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9_TVrYblDk

Another part of the same city, on first of July:

https://odatv.com/turkiyenin-o-bolgesine-kar-yagdi-01071910.html

Thanks to Emviem for these links


4 thoughts on “Snowing in high altitudes of Black Sea province of Rize, Turkey”

  1. Of course, these are headlines about exceptional weather events.
    It is interesting when unusually cool or high precipitation events are reported in both hemispheres at virtually the same time.

  2. In the same vein, here where I live in Utah county, Utah all the peaks much over 9,500 feet still have snow and today is the 4th of July. In all the years I have lived here, not even Mount Nebo (10,700 feet) has still had any snow on its peak at all on the 4th of July. They have always been snow free by now! Now that’s some serious global warming going on….(Sarc)

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