Snow returns to Poland's Tatras Mountains

Poland's prospects for winter sports start well as southern mountains see 45cm of snowfall.

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    There is no doubt that Europe is now properly into autumn. The change in weather from a late, remarkably warm summer to the first snow was pretty abrupt.

    The Tatra mountains of southern Poland are as good a marker as any. On the slopes of

    marks the border between Poland and the Slovak Republic and it is possible to cross without hindrance, weather permitting. It also is a very popular winter sports resort, so this recent snow is most welcome.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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