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Sunday January 6, 2013

Schwerin, Germany

Caption: impressions of the picturesque little city of Schwerin, northern Germany.

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2. dinnmsu
2:12 PM GMT on January 06, 2013
no, not really,it's actually quite typical to see it like this, meaning in shades of grey with very occasional sunshine, some rain, temperatures right around 40 degrees F or so, about 5 Celsius, during the winter. Snow does happen, sometimes quite a bit, but one never knows for how long it will be around. There had been snowy and cold days or weeks even a bit earlier, but since just before Christmas the weather has been mild, grey, rainy, windy...with one low pressure system after another coming in from the west, bringing that weather. Whenever that pattern changes and easterly winds "take over", that's when it gets cold.
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1. suzi46
2:03 PM GMT on January 06, 2013
pretty! but NO SNOW???? isn't that unusual for Northern Germany in January?? :)
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Instead of settling down in Europe I have now moved on to far eastern Asia, where it looks as if I'll stay for a while. Quite a change, a big adjustment from quiet country living to life in the mega city that is Seoul, South Korea.

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