Snow in Rome February 2018

In some parts of Europe it was not so cold since 2013, and the Buran cold air current from Siberia suddenly lowered the temperature even in Rome.

The buran or burian (Persian: بوران, in Russian: буран, in Italian: buriana and burian) is a wind which blows across Iran, eastern Asia, specifically Xinjiang, Siberia, and Kazakhstan. Over the tundra, it is also known as purga. (wikipedia)

The week starts with the city of Rome wakes up in the snow; All school the are closed, traffic tilt children and adults who prepare snowmen and many beautiful photos posted on social networks and sent to friends.
In central Rome it started to snow intensely around 4, reaching up to 3-4 centimeters.

Photo Gallery by Osvaldo Sponzilli

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