Just a silly postcard post from "Ice Age Europe", so to say.
While forecasters have been warning that snow could reach the coast, their previous warning of this kind simply failed. So I suspected it would also be the case now, in spite of watching this impressive satellite image of frozen Britain, which is some many degrees further north anyhow, largely because it has not happened since more than 20 years ago.
But it did arrive in the end, just that not really here but further east. Some curious pics from Gara:
Donibane Lohitzune (St. Jean de Luz)
Donostia (San Sebastian)
Not here anyhow. Biscay is the only Basque region that seems largely unaffected by the storm, though it's damn cold anyhow.