Šestanovac was noticed, the area around Imotski was covered with snow, and snowflakes were swarming in Šibenik and its surroundings, Jutarnji list writes.
The snow also reached Split and Vrgorac, where a thin snow cover was formed.
In the coldest part of the evening, the temperature in Split dropped to 0.4 degrees Celsius, which is only slightly more than the absolute minimum for April, which was recorded on April 8, 2003, reports Indeks.
Snow was falling all over the city, but it remained only in the higher parts. Although it is a symbolic snow cover, it is the first such cover in April in known history, according to Dalmatia Today.