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So Far Germany Seeing Coldest April In 104 Years, Second Coldest Since 1881, Snowiest Since 1986

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Reposted from The NoTricksZone By P Gosselin on 18. April 2021 It’s been a really frosty April this year across Central Europe. Germany so far has seen it’s second coldest April since records…

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