Mallorca is hit by TWENTY INCHES of snow and 25ft waves, with a dozen towns left without power and weather red alert warnings issued as Storm Juliette brings Balearic blizzards
Mallorca has been gripped by a winter storm that is wreaking havoc, with 20 inches of snow shutting roads and cutting power in dozens of towns.
The Spanish holiday island is covered with snow today and officials issued a rare red alert warning for the second day in a row as a further 15 inches is expected to fall in the next 24 hours.
Storm Juliette hit Mallorca, known for its sun-drenched beaches, on Sunday and has since brought blizzards and cold weather to the Balearic island.
Spain‘s meteorological agency AEMET warned the coastal regions in northern Mallorca will be hit with 55mph winds and 26ft waves.
AEMET issued a red warning for snow today and warned 15 inches …