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These Swedish towns are having their rainiest March in over 100 years

A man shelters from the rain with an umbrella in Malmö. Photo: Johan Nilsson/TT

Published: 20.Mar.2019 11:46 hrs

No, you didn't just imagine it. With ten days still to go, this March is already the rainiest on record across huge swathes of southern Sweden.

People in Gothenburg have spent the past three weeks enduring a record 134 millimetres of rain and drizzle. 
 
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