As originally reported by the greekreporter.com on April 5, many parts of northern and central Greece are currently blanketed “by a thick white blanket of snow, a highly unusual occurrence in April.”
The rare April flurries arrived on Thursday, 2nd and persisted right though the weekend of the 4th and 5th.
Instead of flowers and bees, reads the greekreporter.com article, millions of Greeks instead continue to see snow-covered landscapes reminiscent of Christmas.
On Saturday, the more mountainous parts of Evrytania and Phthiotis in Western Greece, as well as areas in Thessaly, received further heavy falls with some regions seeing 30+ cm (12+ inches) settle in just a few hours.
Northern Greece may be accustomed to low temperatures and snow, but even for their standards, such extreme weather in April is considered incredibly rare. Furthermore, the snow isn’t just confined to mountains either, low-lying regions in West and Central Macedonia have also been awaking to thick blankets of snow covering rooftops, cars, and streets.
Looking forward, temperatures across the majority of Greece are expected to remain low for at least the next three-or-so days.
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