Most Incredible Storms of All Times
Ice Storm - Geneve (2005)
An ice storm is a type of winter storm characterized by freezing rain. The cold rain freezes as it touches the ground and other surfaces. This freezing rain covers everything with heavy, smooth ice. The ice-covered roads become slippery and dangerous. An example of an ice storm is the Swiss Ice Storm on 2005. The cold did not save sailing ships moored in the ports of L`man. In Geneva, several boats sank under the weight of the ice. Several minor roads were closed, passage having been made impossible by the ice and the snowdrifts. In downtown Geneva, Servette Street was closed after the rupture of a water pipeline transformed the roadway into a true skating rink.