Despite a recent taste of spring, winter is not ready to relinquish its command across Europe, including in London, Paris and Berlin, as arctic cold and snow make a comeback.
Arctic air will spend this weekend and Monday pressing southward across northern Europe, erasing any signs of the springlike warmth from Tuesday and Wednesday.
Instead of thinking that the calendar jumped ahead to April or May, as was the case earlier this week, residents may actually wonder if time is being turned backwards to the dead of winter during the upcoming days.
Highs on Monday throughout northern Europe will generally be held between 5 below zero and 4 above zero C (20s and 30s F), a stark contrast to the temperatures that approached or cracked the 15-degree mark C (59 degrees F) this past Tuesday and Wednesday.
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