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An upside-down pressure situation over Europe

by MeteoNews AG

There is currently a high pressure system over the northern Atlantic, which is blocking the westerly flow. As a result, the so-called NAO index is strongly negative, so that cold air has flowed into Central Europe. In the coming days, the NAO index will slowly rise again and the situation will gradually unblock again next week. It currently looks like a mild, repeatedly wet and partly windy south-westerly to westerly situation over the coming week, and the current (moderate) cold in the lowlands will then probably be a thing of the past again.

Roger Perret

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