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Christmas day snow cover across Europe – probability of snow coverage on December 25th, 2019

Here is our traditional snow forecast for Christmas day, Dec 25th. This year, very poor snow coverage is present across many parts of Europe. Actually, we are experiencing unusually warm weather and the lack of snow. The snow coverage is limited to Scandinavia, Iceland, estern Turkey and the highest mountains in Europe (Alps, Pyrenees, Carpathians).

A couple of zoom maps for various parts of Europe:

Western Europe

Southern Europe

Northern Europe

Southeastern Europe

As we can see, unfortunately, most of the lowlands across Europe have no snow this year.

Merry Christmas and all the best in New Year 2020 from SWE team!

*FRIGID COLD* - A brutal outbreak of extremely cold (near -45 °C / -50 °F) temperatures blasts across much of Alaska (US) and Yukon (Canada) until the end of December and into early January
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