Italian farmer market shuts down for a second time due to winter storm
Italian farmers market has reopened after the Italian weather agency declared the winter storm “a severe weather event”.
The market reopened for business on Tuesday and the farmers market in the town of Cagliari was able to sell at least two hundred products in total.
The weather service said that there was a possibility of more snowfall, but that it was too early to make any conclusions about the impact.
In addition, farmers in the region have been urged to stay indoors as the storm may cause landslides and flooding.
The market is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike and attracts a large number of Italians.