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Temperatures will go down significantly nationwide and the snow is back, as the warm front that brought with it the springish weather in the past couple of days is moving to the southeast of the continent. Last evening, the National Meteorological Administration (ANM) issued a snow and blizzard warning for the counties in southern Romania, southern Moldavia, Muntenia and Dobrogea, the ANM announced. The warning is into effect from Jan 24, 6.00 pm to Jan 25, 8.00 pm, and has in view precipitations in excess of 25l/sq. m, which will turn to snow in southern Moldavia. Authorities expect abundant snowfalls tomorrow, accompanied by blizzards and glazed frost in Moldavia, Muntenia, Dobrogea and the mountainous areas. The weather will be pleasant in the first half part of the day, accompanied by mild winds. However, in the afternoon, a Mediterranean depression approaches Romania, with rain to expand toward the evening to Oltenia, Muntenia and Dobrogea. A gusty wind will blow across the south and southeast of the country. Rainfall will continue in the south overnight, and snow is forecast mostly in Moldavia and the mountain areas. High: -3C in Bukovina to 1-12C in the southeast.Bucharest, too, will have some nice, partly sunny weather in the morning, with a high of 7-8C. Toward the evening, the sky will get cloudy and there will be some significant rain overnight. Towards evening, the sky will grow cloudy and it will rain. Tomorrow, winter will be back in all its manifest forms – wind, snow and glaze frost. Snowfalls will dominate the picture nationwide, although Dobrogea will see mostly rain, and Oltenia and Muntenia will kick off the day with sleet, and drifting snow in Moldavia and in the mountains. Afternoon air temperatures continue falling to between -7C in Suceava to 7C in Constanta. The winter comeback will not spare Bucharest either, as rain will quickly turn into snow, and the wind will grow gusty. The high will match 1C, yet, it will be felt as lower. Across Europe, temperatures will fall below seasonal values, despite snow getting scarce, except for the southeast where weather stays warm, with highs of over 10C.