This South Tyrol man was walking in the forest near Kronplatz mountain, Italy, when he heard something weird.
Looking around, he was lucky enough to record the formation of a magic portal to another dimension… Whoa!
According to local press releases, more than two meters of snow have fallen onto South Tyrol, Italy, causing thousands of outages in the region, and making travel almost impossible.
The situation has been declared as ‘dangerous’ in the area, where an avalanche partially engulfed the town of Martell on Nov. 17.
Same situation in Austria where schools and roads were closed on Monday as heavy snow and rain cause disruption.
Heavy winds and winter conditions reported from Hintertux glacier, Austria.— severe-weather.EU (@severeweatherEU) November 18, 2019
Video was taken by Rafał Raczyński – posted with permission pic.twitter.com/PRMfzQAitP
WOW huge amount of #snow (180 cm fresh snow) at the— severe-weather.EU (@severeweatherEU) November 19, 2019
Dolomitenhütte, Amlach, Osttirol, #Austria yesterday, Nov 18th. Thanks to Hannes Bundschuh for the report – posted with permission. pic.twitter.com/EeW116ldoG
In Switzerland, the snow record for November has been broken with 71cm in Santa Maria, canton Graubünden (previous record: 1959; 69cm again in Santa Maria) and ski stations of Saas Fee and Saas Grund have been cut off.
Soon Switzerland will be covered in snow. pic.twitter.com/I7o0sL5l6I— Next Places✈️ (@next_places) November 16, 2019
Switzerland ??— Destinations (@Destenations) November 17, 2019
via: sennarelax pic.twitter.com/As0msRi1Ax
Snowmageddon engulfs central Europe and creates weird portal in the snowy landscape. Weather manipulation sends greetings!