(BN) U.K., Nordic Region to Be Cooler Than Usual in


U.K., Nordic Region to Be Cooler Than Usual in January, WSI Says
2010-12-20 11:32:58.515 GMT

By Lars Paulsson
Dec. 20 (Bloomberg) -- The U.K. and the Nordic region will
be cooler than usual in January while continental Europe will be
warmer than average, according to forecaster WSI Corp.
"The bulk of the cold should lift to the west and north;
and we still expect the U.K. and the Nordic region to have
slightly below-normal temperatures in January," WSI Chief
Meteorologist Todd Crawford said today in an e-mailed statement.
"By February we expect more widespread above-normal
temperatures across Europe."
The Andover, Massachusetts-based company has more than 200
energy clients in the U.S. and Europe.

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