GENEVA, Switzerland – Iced trees, streets and harbors, delayed and/or canceled trains, buses and boats are the result of the icy winds that have hit the Lake Geneva region these past few days — and don’t put your parka away just yet — MeteoSwiss is forecasting below-freezing temperatures for the remainder of the week. Advertisements
GENEVA, Switzerland – The Swiss meteorological office, MeteoSwiss, has issued a Degree 3 alert for strong, gusty winds for most of Switzerland for the next 48 hours.
GENEVA, Switzerland – Switzerland has experienced the third warmest November on record since 1864, announced the Swiss meteorological office, MeteoSwiss.
Updated 21 July: Heat alert raised to level 4 in Ticino until 21 July. Forest fire danger index is also high. Other European nations also under heat alert. Swiss glaciers melting three times as fast this summer GENEVA, Switzerland – Most Swiss residents have lived through one of the hottest June’s on record, and according to the Swiss meteorological…
Update Saturday 4 July 05:00 GENEVA – Get ready to sizzle. Switzerland and most of Europe will burn hot with above-normal temperatures for the next two weeks, has warned the Swiss meteorological office.
GENEVA, Switzerland – The sun might be shining, water levels rescinding and bridges might have reopened, but some Geneva residents are still hung up on this week’s big topic: the Arve River flooding. After all, it was the highest surge on record for the area in more than 80 years.
GENEVA, Switzerland – While a few pedestrian pathways remain closed, the rain has subsided, river waters are receding and bridges have reopened.
GENEVA, Switzerland – Three bridges and certain pedestrian areas, that had remain closed after rising waters threatened to flood parts of the city and the canton, have now reopened.
Updated 4 May: The train line between Bern and Lausanne has also been shut down due to a landslide. GENEVA, Switzerland – Heavy rains over the Lake Geneva region and other parts of Switzerland provoked landslides, floods and forced the closing of an important rail route, roads and bridges.
GENEVA, Switzerland – Snow, strong winds and ice are back with revenge in certain parts of the Lake Geneva region, prompting the Swiss Meteorological Service , MeteoSwiss, to issue a warning to residents.