Italy experiences the coldest September in 50 years – with snowfall

Over the previous weekend, temperatures in Italy plunged all of a sudden by between 10 and 15 levels, ensuing within the nation’s coldest September in 50 years  and resulting in snowfalls a lot sooner than ordinary, Italian media stories.

The chilly has been significantly intense in Milan and Turin which recorded 5°C and four°C levels respectively on the evening of Sunday 27 September.

GFS floor temperature for Sunday 27 September- purple is coldest

Temperatures additionally dropped steeply elsewhere – to under 10°C levels in Tuscany – whereas hill cities within the central Lazio space witnessed snow over the weekend.

Snow fell on the hills and mountains within the larger Rome space and within the Lazio area as temperatures plummeted over the weekend, stories Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.

Photograph from Corriere della Sera over the weekend

Perched among the many Simbruini mountains alongside the border between the areas of Lazio and Abruzzo, Cervara di Roma is situated about 70 km (43.6 miles) from Rome.

At an altitude of 1,zero50 meters (three,444 ft) above sea stage, Cervara is the best historic middle within the province of Rome.

Snowfalls have been recorded at Monte Livata (close to Subiaco), Cervara di Roma, Ciociaria, Campocatino and Forca d’Acero, within the space of S. Donato Valcomino, the place Lazio meets the Abruzzo area.

h/t to Ice Age Now

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