Recently, heavy snowfall in southern Germany, snow thickness in some areas is more than 50 centimeters, seriously affecting people’s
In recent days, heavy snow has fallen in southern Germany. As of Jan. 7, local time, snow cover in some parts of Bavaria had exceeded 50 centimeters, which had a serious impact on traffic.
At present, the traffic in Misbach is basically paralyzed, many roads are blocked because
of the impassability, and train flights in the region have been all delayed or cancelled.
As snow continues to fall, authorities say they can’t cl the roads in time and residents’travel is seriously hindered, so they announced that all schools will be closed from Monday to ensure the safety of students’ travel.
In the northern part of the most heavily snow-covered Alps, some areas are even more than 1 metre thick, and authorities warn of the danger of avalanches at any time.
In the next few days, snow will continue to fall in southern Germany, and the lives of local residents will face greater challenges.
On Jan. 7, local government declared a state of emergency in many parts of southern Germany.
The so-called state of emergency refers to a temporary and serious state of emergency that occurs or is about to occur and requires state