Storm Juliette left a thick white blanket in the Serra de Tramuntana and caused numerous incidents of snow, wind and rain in Mallorca.
The Cúber reservoir is at 90.4% after the passage of "Juliette" and the Gorg Blau at 87.8%.
Roads are still closed due to the damage caused by storm "Juliette."
Remains of the snow left by storm "Juliette" still can be seen on the Serra de Tramuntana.
Storm Juliette caused havoc; this was the sports centre in Capdepera.
Nevertheless, there are still "weeks of work" to repair all the damage from the storm.
Around 100 kilometres of road are affected.
The calm after the storm in Soller.
Palma's sinkhole on the Avenidas due to storm Juliette.
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A jet of water appeared in a building's underground car park a week before the sinkhole.
Up to ten years for olive trees to be producing normally again.
Snowing in Soller.
A woman and her child were rescued by helicopter.
The calm after the storm. Photo by Marcus Alderson
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