Monday, February 18, 2008

Heavy snow in Greece

Athens-GreeceMore empirical evidence that we're HAVING A SEVERE WINTER, which should be impossible with global warming (oh, I warmaholics will say that global warming makes cooling possible...LOL). This time, Greece is being hit hard...

Heavy snow brings Greece to standstill:

A raging snow storm that blanketed most of Greece over the weekend also continued into the early morning hours on Monday, plunging the country into sub-zero temperatures. Public transport buses were at a standstill on Monday in the wider Athens area, while ships remained in ports, public services remained closed, and schools and courthouses in the more severely-stricken prefectures were also closed. Scores of villages, mainly on the island of Crete, and in the prefectures of Evia, Argolida, Arcadia, Lakonia, Viotia, and the Cyclades islands were snowed in.

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