These Are The 30 Unusual Pics Of Spain Experiencing Their Biggest Snowfall In Decades

Some people have spent almost their entire lives living in Spain without ever seeing land covered in heavy snow. At best, they would only see heavy rain and experience cooler weather at night. But for the first time in more than 50 years, Interior Minister Fernando GrandeMarlaska called hurricane Filomena “the most intense”.

The storm was strong enough to cause the temporary closure of Madrid airport, the most severe. Stationary train and train, two were found frozen to death.

The people of Spain are reveling in an unusual phenomenon. For the first time for many people, they can do a snowball fight just outside their home on Madrid’s quiet streets. Fun fact: Filomena means ‘friend, lover, a friend of strength’ in its original Greek language.

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