Italy: Heaviest snowfall in Naples in 50 years

ICE AGE NOW: The mayor of Naples advised residents ‘only to leave their homes if strictly necessary’. All of Naples’ schools were closed and trains out of the city were cancelled or delayed for hours.

Photos show front-end loaders shoving the snow off the roads.


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Naples is about 135 miles (218 km) southeast of Rome.

Meanwhile, four inches of snow fell on Rome in just a few hours. Priests and seminarians from the Vatican threw snowballs at each other, students skied down the Oppian Hill., and Italian authorities called in the army to help clear the streets.

It was Rome’s heaviest snowfall for the end of February in decades. MORE

10 Comments on Italy: Heaviest snowfall in Naples in 50 years

  1. I cannot remember if it was ’73 or ’74, but I lived in Naples and it snowed. The locals went batshit. It was a lot of fun.

    “Speaking the truth in times of universal deceit is a revolutionary act.” Geo. Orwell

  2. Algore Warming is sucking all of the Arctic air south and causing this. Thanks a lot guys. Your gas-guzzling SUV’s made this possible and the refusal of the United States to partake in the Paris agreement. I hope you are happy at what you are doing to the chillllldren….

  3. But global warming!

    @ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ, my exact thoughts – the entire city shuts down and Bethesda Giant is packed with everyone buying in a panic like the world is ending.

  4. At what point do colder temps and record snowfalls replace claims of “global warming” with “new ice age”?

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