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Unseasonably warm weather, and a month of World Cup matches, combined to knock out European theatrical returns. Scorching hot temperatures …
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REYKJAVIK, Iceland – Pop singer Helgi Bjornsson, who is well-known in his native Iceland for a 1980s hit titled "I Do Like the Rain," recently appeared on national television while a deadpan reporter challenged him to defend …
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For the third year in a row Europe has been struggling with high summer temperatures and prolonged dry weather conditions. Many European …
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However, it shouldn’t be used as an excuse to mask other problems within a business. A sustained period of warm weather across northern …
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while Declaration of War's daughter Tobruk also won on the Wolverhampton all-weather. To read the full article visit the Racing Post's Bloodstock …
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Some showers will fall across northern Europe this week, but they’ll be fairly light and ... that’s come as the biggest surprise. While warm and wet weather …
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The event celebrated a Chinese-funded program to replace roofs ripped from more than 300 homes by the powerful storm that damaged or destroyed …
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STORM LAKE, IA (07/12/2018) (readMedia)-- In June, a group of four Buena Vista University (BVU) professors embarked on a journey to Europe as part of …
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America’s socialists are taking the Democratic Party by storm and New York City is leading the way ... Security desk: Iran Deal Haunts Its European …
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European windstorm

European windstorm is a name given to the strongest extratropical cyclones which occur across the continent of Europe. They form a…
European windstorm is a name given to the strongest extratropical cyclones which occur across the continent of Europe. They form as cyclonic windstorms associated with areas of low atmospheric pressure, sometimes starting as nor'easters off the New England coastline, that track across the North Atlantic Ocean towards western Europe. They are most common in the autumn and winter months.
 
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