Rome Sees Heaviest Snowfall In 24 Years

Reuters
Friday, February 12, 2010

ROME (Reuters) – Tourists took rare pictures of snow falling on the Colosseum and the Trevi fountain on Friday, and the Pope reportedly appeared at a Vatican window to watch Rome’s heaviest snowfall in nearly a quarter century.

In scenes usually only glimpsed in souvenir “snow domes” Italy’s capital was blanketed in white, snarling road and air traffic but delighting many Romans who rode scooters with their feet on the ground and snapped pictures with mobile phones.

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Rome was last dusted in snow in 2005, but one meteorologist said the steady snowfall through Friday morning was the heaviest seen in the Italian capital in 24 years.

“It’s very exciting. I have been taking pictures of my husband in front of the Colosseum because I thought nobody would believe me if I told them it was snowing in Rome today,” said Margaret Jones, a tourist from London.

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