Meteorology Brought To You From Europe -- 2/4/12

Meteorology Brought To You From Europe -- 2/4/12

Palma : Spain | Feb 03, 2012 at 11:59 PM PST
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Evening weather forecast

Here is the European weather forecast for Saturday, February 4th, 2012. The entire continent has been facing severely cold weather throughout this week and it continues today. All weather data has been provided by and all degrees are in Celsius.

Madrid, Spain: Rain. 8/0.

Dublin, Ireland: Rain. 7/4.

London, England: Partly Cloudy. 2/-1.

Paris, France: Mostly Cloudy. -2/-7.

Palma de Mallorca: Partly Cloudy. 10/1.

Rome, Italy: Partly Sunny. 5/-4.

Zurich, Switzerland: Sunny. -6/-13.

Berlin, Germany: Hazy Sunshine. -6/-15.

Oslo, Norway: Snow. -4/-6.

Stockholm, Sweden: Partly Sunny. -7/-12.

Vilnius, Lithuania: Mostly Cloudy and Cold. -14/-19.

Budapest, Hungary: Snow. -6/-14.

Bucharest, Romania: Snow. 3/-5.

Prague, Czech Republic: Mostly Cloudy. -8/-14.

Amsterdam, Netherlands: Cloudy with Fog early. -3/-8.

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Weather forecasters say heavy monsoon downpours would probably continue into next week
Weather forecasters say heavy monsoon downpours would probably continue into next week
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