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Actual Weather

Conditions in the world

Conditions in the world

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Current weather in Europe

Current weather in Europe

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Weather New York City, New York

Partly Cloudy
23°C / 73.4°F
Partly Cloudy
Feels like: 23°C / 73.4°F
(update: 25.8. 2016, 8:45)

Weather Mexico City

Mostly Cloudy
13°C / 55.4°F
Mostly Cloudy
Feels like: 13°C / 55.4°F
(update: 25.8. 2016, 6:50)

Weather Moscow

Partly Cloudy
18°C / 64.4°F
Partly Cloudy
Feels like: 18°C / 64.4°F
(update: 25.8. 2016, 15:30)

Weather Los Angeles, California

Clear
17°C / 62.6°F
Clear
Feels like: 17°C / 62.6°F
(update: 25.8. 2016, 5:45)

Weather Paris

Sunny
35°C / 95.0°F
Sunny
Feels like: 35°C / 95.0°F
(update: 25.8. 2016, 14:45)

Weather Chicago, Illinois

Cloudy
22°C / 71.6°F
Cloudy
Feels like: 22°C / 71.6°F
(update: 25.8. 2016, 7:45)

Weather in Europe

Western Europe

West Coast of Europe affect the European branch (North Atlantic current) Gulf Stream. Winters are here, unlike other parts of the country with the same latitude warmer. Average temperature difference between Norway and northern parts of Canada and can reach up to 30° C.

Eastern Europe

The eastern part of Europe is typical continental climate characterized by relatively large daily and annual air temperature differences and low rainfall. The average air temperature in the coldest month of the year is usually below zero. The general rule is the more inland, the more the temperature decreases.

Northern Europe

The weather in northern Europe is influenced by the Gulf Stream, which washes the west coast. Living is therefore Island. Most of northern Europe has a mild climate, particularly the southern part of the Scandinavian peninsula. Parts of the north of the peninsula, in turn, characterized by a subarctic climate (tundra).

Southern Europe

Southern Europe is located in subtropical climates (Mediterranean), as manifested by hot dry summers and moist winters irritating.