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 Very cold, if not bitterly cold late winter weather will develop across northern areas of Europe, milder and more unsettled further south Thursday Through into Thursday and a blocking Scandinavian high pressure means that much of the British Isles, France, Germany, Netherlands, Poland and many central and eastern areas of Europe, are cold or very cold but mainly dry with some sunshine. It will likely become bitterly cold across parts of Scandinavia with perhaps some extremely low minimum temperatures still possible in Finland and Sweden in particular. More unsettled weather is still, however, expected through the Med with low pressure dominating around Italy bringing further rain and showers, perhaps with local thunderstorms and with additional snowfall to the Alps as well.
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