Mount Musala
Also, first snow of the season in Turkey - No big deal, but a far cry from the global warming crisis that the con men are trying to make us believe.

27 Sept 2014 - The most snow is in Rila in the high mountains, where the snow reached depths of 30-40 centimeters (12 to 16 inches) in places. This was announced by the weatherman TV-MET Simeon MATEV on "24 Hours".

On Mount Musala the snow is 9 cm deep, reported by the NIMH.

Bulgaria's Mount Musala is the highest peak in the entire Balkan Peninsula, standing at 2,925 m (9,596 ft)

First snow of the season in Pamporovo and Rozhen, Bulgaria. Precipitation in the mountain resort is weak, only fluttering snowflakes but didn't stick. The temperature measured at the top this morning reached 0 degrees.

First snow of the season in Turkey

27 Sept 2014 - Eastern Anatolia Region - According to the Regional Directorate of Meteorology 12, the Balkans came under the influence of a low pressure system which dropped temperatures to below seasonal averages.

Nighttime temperatures dropped to below zero in Ardahan'n, to 2 in Kars and Erzurum, to 3 in Agri 3, and to 11 degrees in Igdir. Meanwhile, Erzurum Airport saw temperatures fall to 4 degrees below zero.

Snowfall continues on Mount Ararat, Turkey's highest points. The summit of the mountain was covered with a white cover.

In Ardahan, a citizen texted, "iced my car windows. This is a harbinger of winter."

Thanks to Argiris Diamantis in the Netherlands for these links.