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Polar vortex split could cause gigantic snow masses in Germany

The polar vortex split could also cause gigantic snow masses and arctic cold in Germany in January, as in North America.

The winter of 2021/2022 has so far been very mild, especially in the south of Germany. There were no gigantic snow masses, permafrost only existed for a short time and in many places not a centimeter of snow remained this year. In addition, it is extremely mild at the turn of the year, New Year's Eve 2021 could set a new temperature record in terms of warmth. But soon there could be a tough onset of winter in Germany.

* explains how the chances of a violent onset of winter in Germany are like in the USA and what influence the polar vortex has on it. In North America it is currently the deepest winter: In the US state of California, there has been heavy snowfall, in some places there is meters of snow. Extremely low temperatures prevail in Canada, an unbelievable -50 degrees were measured in two places. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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