U.K., Nordic Region to Be Colder Than Usual Next Month, WSI Says

The U.K. and the Nordic region will be colder than usual in February while most of the European mainland will be warmer than normal, forecaster WSI Corp. said.

“The very volatile European winter continues, with a recent transition back to a colder regime after a brief thaw during the first half of January,” Todd Crawford, chief meteorologist at Andover, Massachusetts-based WSI, said today in an e-mailed statement. “Going forward, all of the objective evidence suggests a very cold remainder of winter across the Nordic region.”

The southern European mainland will be wet and windy next month, according to WSI, which has more than 200 energy clients in the U.S. and Europe.

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