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    Winter in Norway

    When it comes to climate change , the winter season
    in Norway is an indicator .

    This winter is much warmer with less snowfall and
    icy roads in the south of Norway .

    The Sørland commune is expecting to spare ⅓ of maintenence costs this winter .

    https://e24.no/energi/i/6jgMwO/soerl...aa-mild-vinter

    What do our Scandinavian members experience ?
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    There was some snowfall in late October/early November, but it was gone within a week, and never reestablished itself. The winter in the Southern half of Scandinavia so far has mostly been around 4 to 7 C during the midday, and sometimes creeping down to 0 to -2 in the mornings and nighttime. Quite disappointing. Don't think I've ever experienced a milder winter. Even two years ago, the conditions were very different. With a decent layer of snow emerging around the beginning of December, and just growing and growing into February. Around where I live, there hadn't been a colder and more snowy winter for a decade, and possibly more.
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    In this winter season we experience way more storm and by far warmer temperatures than usual. We only had approx 10 days of snow so far here in the Southeast, but temperatures up to +10C with grass starting to green in December. Also, last summer, we went up to +27C on two or three days, which is far, far above what's normal. If we reach +20 - that was already a heat record in our area. We had rivers and streams drying out cutting water resources dramatically. A general change in weather is very obvious.
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    Warmer climate is a blessing. Colder climate would have been a catastrophe.

    When the climate is warmer it is possible to produce more food. Not only in scandinavia, but also in africa if they are interested in working the soil there. Im very happy that it is no snow. Snow it only a wet and cold mud anyway.

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