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Weather – The weather will be severe

Weather – The weather will be severe

“Europe is burning!” “Never Sleep,” wrote Arnulf Overland in the classic poem.

Today, there is little danger of it – and it may be tempting for many to stay under the covers. And according to Scandinavian, British and Dutch media, it will be very cold in many places in the northwest of the continent today and throughout the week.

Already on Monday, Britain’s Met Office, the Met Office, had issued a yellow warning for snow and ice in the center of the country, large parts of Wales and areas of southeast England – including London. books Sky News.

Warnings have also been issued for the north-east of England, Northern Ireland and Scotland. In parts of Scotland, 30cm of snow is expected during the day.

Met here – then it happened

Exceptionally difficult weather

according to met office site Snow on the ground, “extreme cold weather” and heavy snowfall “with a 90 per cent probability” will affect parts of England between Monday and Thursday this week.

– The weather can increase health risks for vulnerable patients and disrupt the delivery of services, as the notice states.

British tabloid newspaper Daily Mail He writes that the temperature is expected to drop to minus 15 degrees in parts of the country.

In Denmark, large parts of the country are expected to be affected on Tuesday by “exceptionally severe weather, which includes a mixture of blizzards and storm surges,” he wrote. Danish TV 2.

- There is nothing left

– There is nothing left

very restless

According to Danish weather forecaster Peter Tanev, Danes encounter a “wild everyday life”.

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– According to the channel’s website, the weather will be severe, with snow storms in the north and strong winds in the south.

According to the Danish TV 2 North Many schools will be closed for the day.

Danish BT He writes that the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) recommends that those who cannot work very early.

– We must expect that when we get up tomorrow (Tuesday, editor’s note) the travelers in the morning will be greatly affected by snowfalls and snow blows. Those flying in on the last morning are likely to get the cheapest fares. So, it might be a bit of a wait before driving, DMI’s press officer tells the paper Monday night.

Northern Jutland and Central Jutland are the hardest hit by the snowfall, BT writes.

– Tomorrow evening or afternoon, when it ends, it may have decreased locally between 15 and 40 cm in the most affected areas, says DMI’s press officer.

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Not brain surgery

In Sweden, SMHI (Sveriges meteorologiska institute och hydrologiska) issued yellow and orange warnings for Tuesday and Wednesday. The southern parts of the country will be the hardest hit, he said aftonbladet.

Police in Södermanland have issued a checklist asking the public to follow in order to avoid accidents on slippery roads. Among other things, they ask motorists to remember to keep their distance on the road.

Jonny Gustafsson, a police spokesman, is clear to Aftonbladet.

– You have to look at the roof when you go out. How do you feel about it? If you have to scrape the window, it can be slippery on the roads. Then you have to adapt. What the hell is this, it’s not brain surgery. He told the newspaper, “Keep your distance from the south.”

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It will also be cold in the Netherlands, with up to five centimeters of snow expected, according to the report De Telegraaf.

internal wash

internal wash

A rare visit

Northern Norway receives a “rare visit from afar” Thursday night. It’s reports Meteorological Institute.

The depression that formed between Hawaii and Japan last week is heading north, and the result will be cold weather and more snow. “A rare visit from afar,” according to meteorologists.

Meteorologist on duty, Siri Wiberg, explains the rare visit by the sudden warming of the air in the atmosphere.

– It makes it very cold here, you say.

– Rapid heating in the nuclear field breaks the usual weather pattern, and gives a somewhat unusual climate pattern.

The low pressure has an unusual trajectory, among other things, and will reach northern Norway through the Arctic.

– Stratospheric warming happens about once a year, or less often, so it’s not unusual. This is often why we have cold winters, Wiberg explains.

The weather will be cold in large parts of the country in the coming period.