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From: GonghisKhanFeb-27 7:20 PM 
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Snow in Rome: Beautiful pictures as rare snowfall blankets Italy.

Snowfall in Rome closes schools, disrupts air travel
Yahoo View -February 26, 2018

There was a rare sight in Rome Monday morning: snow had fallen overnight, closing schools and disrupting air travel. It was the Eternal City’s first real snowfall in six years.

Yahoo View.

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From: Samurai (BushMesh)Feb-28 8:58 AM 
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Must be because of all that global warming Al Gore is talking about?





From: WabbeetFeb-28 2:27 PM 
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A few inches of snow and everyone panics!?



From: CaroWeeMar-1 6:15 PM 
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laughing So true!! The Suzuki syndrome!

The Nature of Millennials (The Nature of Things parody)

CBC Comedy
Published on 28 Feb 2018



From: Guard101Mar-1 9:59 PM 
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Record Snowfall In Rome: See The Colosseum, Vatican And Trevi Fountain Covered In Snow
TIME: Published on 27 Feb 2018
An usually icy winter blasting through Europe reached Rome, blanketing the Italian capital in a rare 4 inches of snow.



From: Guard101Mar-1 10:06 PM 
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The video in your link didn't work - so there's something to replace it!


Italy: Rome covered in white after rare snowfall
Ruptly Published on 26 Feb 2018



From: Guard101Mar-1 10:12 PM 
To: CaroWee  (7 of 8) 
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David Suzuki, had to throw in the "Climate Change" issue, it's a funny one though!




From: CaroWeeMar-8 12:10 PM 
To: Guard101  (8 of 8) 
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PANIC in ROME, because of some SNOW

- whereas we have it for 6 months a year!? relaxed



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