It’s official: this March in northeastern Germany is the coldest in 130 years, and could be the coldest since records began.
Not just one day, mind you. We’re talking about the entire month.
In Saxony-Anhalt, Brandenburg and Berlin, the DWD average temperatures measured up to almost minus two degrees, very close to the previous March-cold record of 1883.
The last four days of the month will determine whether there is a record. It would then be the coldest March since records began in 1881.
The cold will continue over Easter, said meteorologist Simon Trippler the German Weather Service (DWD) in Offenbach.
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