Cyclades island Tinos turned white by Elpis snowstorm

Tinos January 23, 2022.

The Elpis storm arrived at the Cycladic paradise island of Tinos on Sunday, turning almost the whole island white with snow.

Following are photogrs from villages of the island (Skalado, Kechro, Falatado, Ktikado, Dyo Choria etc.) taken by Tinos Today.

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Snowfall continues in Tinos, both in the city of the island and in the villages of the island.

Snow machines are on the roads to keep the road network of the island in good condition.

Minor problems caused by momentary power outages are due to network loading.

Be careful when traveling!

READ MORE: Evia beach covered in snow as “Elpis” storm hits Greece.

The road leading to the village of Marlas was cleaned.

The civil protection of the Municipality of Tinos proceeded with this immediate move so that in case there is a problem with the electricity supply there can be easy access for the repair crews.

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Emergency numbers

  • Political Protection of the Municipality of Tinos
    6974324437, 6983020304 & 6979820036.
  • Police: 2283022100 
  • Port Authority: 2283022220
  • Firefighting: 2283023129
  • Health Centre: 2283360034 -69.gr. .506 – 697.300.4820

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Tinos January 23, 2022.

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