Posted by: Claudio Carbone | 17 December 2010

Snow in Rome! (isn’t it a bit soon?)

In an almost staged update to my previous post (“Spot the difference“) snow flakes are gently dwindling down the sky in these minutes.
As in “it’s damn snowing and I’ve no hot water!”.
Fountains are reported frozen throughout the city.
People working at their desk with their coat on are reported in my house (when does the fricking heating kick in???).
For more coverage head here.

 

Update (13:47): now it’s really coming down!
Sure it’s not a storm, but for us it’s still quite a bit…
Anyway we didn’t have snow for more then 10 years after 1983 (or was it 84?), then… in the 2000 it’s snowing every year around Rome, and it’s the second year straight it snows in the city too. Talk about climate change…

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