Posted November 08, 2019 05:14:38The rain was down on the Spanish coast yesterday, but it’s not just rain.
The sun is shining, so you might as well take a look at the weather in the land of ice.
As the temperature dipped into the mid-30s, the sky was a lovely blue, and the clouds were a soft violet.
But this isn’t the kind of sunny weather you can look forward to in winter.
It was also sunny in London, with a little bit of sunshine in the north-west and the south-east.
The rain fell in a blanket of fog in central and south-eastern England.
The mercury dropped to a low of 14.2C (50F), but it was still a pretty sunny day.
This was the kindest and mildest day of the year so far.
But it’s still not a summer of sunshine.
And the skies in Spain are still cloudy, with the temperature dipping to -20C (66F).
It’s not the only time the weather has been damp in Spain.
Ahead of this time, a strong storm was brewing.
On Friday, a cold front was tracking towards Spain.
It was expected to pass through the Andes Mountains on Saturday, and hit the Andalusian coast, as well as northern France and Portugal.
It could bring severe flooding to parts of southern France and southern Spain.
Meanwhile, the European Union is preparing for another winter storm.
The weather has changed in the Netherlands, with rain falling from the Alps to the North Sea and to the south of the country.
The heaviest rainfall has fallen in the central parts of the Netherlands and the coastal areas of the south, with rivers and lakes emptying into the sea.
The heavy downpour was caused by strong winds.
A man is rescued by helicopter in Düsseldorf, Germany.
The heavy rain has fallen on the Netherlands in the southern part of the southern Netherlands.
A woman is rescued from the rubble of a house in the village of Stutthof, in northern Germany.
The man who rescued her was the son of a fisherman.
He had been in the water for more than two hours, he said.
The rescue was not an easy one, with some of the rescuers getting caught in debris and mud.
The Dutch Ministry of Safety said a rescue operation had been called off.
A number of people were rescued, with one of the rescue boats taking to the sea to try to find another victim.
It is not yet known what caused the storm.
It’s still early days, but the weather is getting colder, and it is not the sort of weather that will be welcomed by tourists and families visiting Spain.