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Unusually warm weather awaits in the UK and parts of Europe from December to February.
Scientists from the EU climate change service Copernicus said that the air temperature in Europe this winter will be above historical values while the amount of precipitation will decrease. According to Bloomberg.
Coastal regions along the Baltic, Mediterranean and North Seas will “almost certainly see” temperatures above historical averages.
Bloomberg writes that abnormally high temperatures could reduce demand for natural gas.
It is noted that there is a 50% to 60% chance that temperatures will be well above historical norms in much of the UK, Central and Southern Europe.
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