No snow for the southern side of the Alps in the foreseeable future

While the northern Alps in Austria drown in enormous amounts of snow, caused by persistent stau-effect snowfall from successive cold waves from the Arctic, the southern part of the Alps has not seen any real winter. The persistent northerly flow is causing strong Foehn effect along the southern half of the Alps. The two effects … Continue reading No snow for the southern side of the Alps in the foreseeable future