IN PICTURES: Italy’s initial layer of a season

Sunday saw a season’s initial layer in countless towns in a Alps and Dolomites, with adult to 20cm of a white things reported in some locations. 

This morning we woke adult with a tops of a Dolomites lonesome in snow.


The Dolomites in a northeast of a nation saw layer in Cortina (Veneto), Madonna di Campiglio (Pinzolo), and Foppolo (Bergamo), while Alpine areas of Lombardy also gifted a sweeping of snow.

Over 20cm of sleet fell in some areas of a Italian Alps above 2,000 metres, though there was also some layer as low as 1,100 metres.

Madesimo and Livigno nearby a Swiss limit both saw their initial sleet of a winter, a earnest pointer for a entrance ski season.


Further layer is likely for a entrance week, and a Appennines in Emilia Romagna can also design a light powdering during around 1,400 metres, according to forecasts from Il Meteo.


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