The storm began in the afternoon hours, somewhat after 17:00h, the shift of rain, thunders, and ice the size of a hazelnut lasted until evening hours. The storm was the strongest over Kikinda, around 32 liters per square meter. Storm, which is not common for March, came from Croatia, and then across Backa and Banat moved towards Romania.
The villagers of the surrounding villages in Kikinda remained without electricity, it was restored completely in the evening hours.
Our readers captured the scenes over the Banat plains, and our readers claim that they saw nothing like that so far. The sky over Banat opened, it was dark it the middle of the day.
The locals were stunned, they can't believe that nature is playing like this since it was 20 degrees C yesterday. Similar storms were recorded in the summer period when there were storm winds, followed by thunders and rain.
(Telegraf.co.uk / Dragana Ivanic)