First Paris Then Barcelona’s Fabra Observatory Receives 2nd Biggest Snowfall Since 1914

Written by on March 22, 2018 in Rest of Europe, Winter 2017/18 with 0 Comments

The first big story from Beast from the East 2.0 was Paris’s coldest back to back late March days since 1888 but the other noteworthy story is the snowfall within the city limits of Barcelona.

Though the heart of the Spanish metropolis didn’t get any of the white stuff, it’s surrounding hills did. The nearby Fabra Observatory, perched 415 metres on top Mount Tibidabo received an impressive 15cm of snow. How rare is this? It happens to be the areas 2nd biggest snowfall since 1914.

FEATURED IMAGE CREDIT: Alfons Puertas

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