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Coldest day in Mallorca in 2018

It has snowed down to 300m on the island

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Ana Hernández | Mallorca Editor | Published: 28 Feb 2018

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Coldest day in Mallorca in 2018

Tuesday was the coldest day of the year in Mallorca where temperatures didn't rise above 8.7ºC leaving minimums of -3.9ºC, definitely Baltic for the Mediterranean island!

The Siberian cold front that has been sweeping over the European continent got to Spain early this week, making the mercury drop to unusual lows for this time of year. The coldest temperature was recorded at the Serra d'Alfabia mountains in Bunyola, while Portocolom enjoyed the warmest with 8.7ºC.

In Palma, thermometers plummeted to 3.5ºC, the same as in Pollença. The snow limit dropped to 300m overnight. More precipitations are forecast today but the snow limit will rise rapidly. They will stop in the evening, while the temperatures will also be slightly warmer.