The ice-cold front which has come down from Siberia has brought with it rare snow for parts of the Dalmatian coast.
Heavy snow fell in inland parts of the country over the past two days, and today it began falling in Split, Dubrovnik, Šibenik, Solin, and in other parts along the coast.
Today’s snow is the first in Split since 2012.
Snow even made its way on Sunday to the Peljesac peninsula.
According to the Met Office, temperatures in Split this morning at 10 am were measured at -1°C. In Solin it was 0°C, Kaštela 1°C, Žrnovnica 4°C, Klis -3°C, and in Mosor -4°C.
Dubrovnik also welcomed snow on Sunday.
Some photos from around the coast.