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Tracking the Weather

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I am going to Belgium, spending 2 days in Vienna so I can do one day on the Danube visiting Melk Abbey, Durnstein and Krems before spending the day in Bratislava and ending up in Budpaest.

I am tracking the weather for Vienna in particular since if it is rainy on the day of my trip on the Danube, consensus seems to be to cancel that trip, which I am OK with as there is lots to see in Vienna. So I printed out a 10 day forecast for Brussels, Vienna and Budapest and on each particular day writing down what the temp actually was. This way right before I leave can have a little better sense if the forecast is accurate, somewhat accurate, not where near accurate.

Question: After a weeks of monitoring wondering why Brussels is about 20 degrees cooler than both Vienna and Budapest? I only bring one carryon, so 20 degrees difference is a great difference in what to pack.

Thoughts?

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