Southern Europe’s freak weather see’s Spain blanketed by heavy snowstorms and Italian lagoon city of Venice hit by record flooding

Southern Europe’s freak weather see’s Spain blanketed by heavy snowstorms and Italian lagoon city of Venice hit by record flooding

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  • Snow and unseasonably low temperatures have been blamed on the arrival of a mass of polar air lingering over the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Venice flooding could reach the record levels of 1966.
  • More than 38,000 homes were left without power for a whole day after the tornado ravaged the island of Menorca yesterday.

Southern Europe’s freak weather has seen the Mediterranean nation of Spain battered by a tornado, just 48 hours after the country was blanketed by heavy snowstorms.
More than 38,000 homes were left without power for a whole day after the tornado ravaged the island of Menorca yesterday.
More than 50 trees and hundreds of power lines were pulled down by the powerful storm, leaving thousands of residents without electricity.

http://www.thebigwobble.org/2018/10/southern-europes-freak-weather-sees.html