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Winter 2009 / 2010 in Western Europe?

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« Reply #450 on: March 31, 2010, 08:45:41 pm »

Wow, I have just read that NI have much of fresh snow, so Ukraine is nothing comparative to it. But we still have it unusual. The most of snow covering has melt near March 24-25, but in shaded places there is still some snow/ice on the ground, and some of the snow dumps around the city are over 1 meter high! (melting very slowly).
It is even more impressive to have summer-like temperatures (+19C today afternoon) and at the same time to see some snow on the ground. I haven't seen such weather conditions in >10 years!  Shocked Spring keeps steadily here for second week already, and (yes!) it is mostly dry & sunny. Nevertheless, some of those snow masses aren't going to melt even in 1-2 weeks ahead.
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