10 dead or missing after floods in Algeria, southern Spain and Morocco under water, too

Last coldwave in Europe hasn´t brought only extremely low temperatures /https://mkweather.com/southern-finland-389c-the-coldest-national-minimum-temperature-in-march-since-1998/; https://mkweather.com/finland-30c-czechia-22c-belgium-10c-siberian-air-is-back//, but AO-/NAO- phase caused, that cyclonic activity again shifted over subtropical region.

Rounds of severe storms hit gradually southern Spain and northern Morocco and Algeria, with the worst situation in Algeria, where 10 have been killed or missing (7 killed and 3 missing).

The worst situation was in Chlef city region, northwestern Algeria, but too in parts of Andalusia, Spain.

Currently, the second coldwave is slowly beginning in Europe /https://mkweather.com/snow-and-frosts-soon-back-europe-on-16-22-march-with-the-next-strong-coldwave/; https://mkweather.com/very-bad-news-for-europe-there-is-a-possibility-of-winter-weather-until-april-2021// and forecasts, how long we have to expect cold conditions across the continent we will update soon.

Spring 2021 forecast for Saharan region expects very hot conditions above Saharan states, expect of coast of Morocco and Western Sahara, which should be affected by Global Warming Hole anomaly over Northern Atlantic /https://mkweather.com/spring-autumn-2021-forecast-for-africa//.

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