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November 2018

Geocaching International Film Festival 2018 in review

30. November 2018 // 0 Kommentare

This past November, almost 18,000 geocachers attended Geocaching International Film Festival events. From movie theater seats and living-room couches, geocachers all around the world celebrated the 16 GIFF finalist films. We laughed a lot, sniffled a little, and remembered what we love about geocaching. This year we're excited to share a very special video created by geocacher and previous GIFF finalist, Geoelmo6000. He gathered and edited footage from this year's film finalists and GIFF events to create this exclusive recap. Watch the film now: Interested in submitting your own film and participating in next year's festival? Learn how at the GIFF website. You have some time but you may want to start sketching your storyboards. The deadline for next year's film entries is August 1, 2019. [...]

Ab Sonntagabend Blitz und Donner

30. November 2018 // 0 Kommentare

Der Start in den Dezember wird ziemlich chaotisch. Die Temperaturen steigen auf Werte, die man eigentlich im Frühling erwartet; zudem gibt es auch noch Schauer und Gewitter.Mehr dazu: [...]

Trinity College Dublin – Geocache of the Week

29. November 2018 // 0 Kommentare

Virtual Cache GC7B6DR by Fjon Difficulty: 1.5 Terrain: 1.5 Location: Dublin, Ireland N 53° 20.664′ W 006° 15.440′ Ireland, the Emerald Isle, is a popular travel destination. People from all over the world come to enjoy the beauty of its lush, rolling hills and its world heritage sites Brú na Bóinne, Skellig Michael (you might recognize it as the home of the adorable Porg in The Last Jedi) and the Giant's Causeway. It is also the home of over ten thousand geocaches, amongst them the oldest geocache in Europe. Equally deserving of the spotlight is our Geocache of the week, which is located in Ireland's capital, Dublin. There is a Virtual Cache located on the grounds of Trinity College Dublin. The college was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I and is one of the seven ancient universities of Britain and Ireland. The college was originally located outside the city walls of Dublin within the buildings of an outlawed priory. Nowadays, Trinity College is located on College Green in the heart of Dublin, opposite the historic Irish Houses of Parliament The college proper encompasses 190,000 m² (47 acres), with most buildings arranged around large quadrangles (known as ‘squares'). The Library of Trinity College is the largest research library in Ireland, home of close to five million books. Former alumni and staff of Trinity College include illustrious names such as Jonathan Swift, Samuel Beckett, Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde, Nobel Peace prize winner Mairead Maguire, and Erwin Schrödinger (yes, that Schrödinger). To log the cache, you must find the door shown on the cache page located close to the Campanile, a bell tower dating back to 1853 and one of Trinity's most iconic landmarks. Then take a picture in front of the door holding something Irish (a pint of Guinness might not be the best idea). Fun fact: most students of the college (undergraduates especially) never walk underneath the Campanile. There is a superstition that should the bell ring whilst they pass under it, they will fail their annual exams. This can only be negated if they touch the foot of the nearby statue of George Salmon within five seconds of the bell ringing. What is your favorite Virtual Cache? Continue to explore some of the most amazing geocaches around the world. Check out all of the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, fill out this form. [...]

Wie im Frühling: Steigende Temperaturen

29. November 2018 // 0 Kommentare

Nachdem es hier und da gefrierenden Regen gegeben hat, steigen die Temperaturen Tag für Tag an. Dabei werden schon bald frühlingshafte Werte erreicht! Ist schon mal jemand mit T-Shirt zum Weihnachtsmarkt? 😉Mehr dazu: [...]

Guide to hosting an unforgettable Last/First New Year’s event

28. November 2018 // 0 Kommentare

New Year's Eve is an opportunity to celebrate the end of one year and the beginning of the next. While end-of-year traditions come in many shapes and sizes, this year you can start a new tradition by hosting an event with your geocaching buddies while earning two new souvenirs. This year, we invite you to say ‘Thanks' to 2018 and welcome 2019 with two new geocaching souvenirs. Earning the souvenirs is easy: Find a geocache or attend an event on December 31 to earn the Thanks 2018 souvenir. Find a geocache or attend an event on January 1 to earn the Hello 2019 souvenir. Without further ado, here are five easy steps to hosting a great New Year's Eve geocaching bash! Step 1: Choose a theme Like creating a GIFF film, all great Event Caches start out with a theme. We've brainstormed a few ideas to get you inspired: Throw a “geocaching resolutions” party. Have everyone choose a geocaching resolution to complete in 2019 (“Complete my Difficulty/Terrain grid,” “Hide my first cache,” or “Invite someone new to geocaching”). Bonus points if everyone meets again at the end of the year to see who followed through with their resolutions! Keep things “Hygge.” Pronounced hue-guh, the Danish word Hygge is the state of being warm, cozy, or charming. Plan a daytime event on January 1 at a coffee shop or cafe so geocachers can warm up (or cool down) after finding their first geocache(s) of the year. Step 2: Select the date and time of your event This is an easy one: plan your event for December 31 or January 1 so it qualifies for a souvenir. When selecting a time, remember some guests may bring young kids, so you may want to plan your event earlier on New Year's Eve or even schedule a daytime event on January 1. Reminder: The geocaching guidelines prohibit event stacking. To avoid this, Event Caches must be: Held at different times Organized by different geocachers Have a minimum duration of 30 minutes, and Take place at different locations than other events. Check out the geocaching guidelines for more information. Step 3: Find a venue You can host Event Caches anywhere available to the public—a restaurant, park, or even your house. Be sure to find a place that has enough space for activities! Don't forget to provide a description of your event in the Cache Details. This is a great place to explain any limitations with the venue such as whether it's dog friendly. You can also add a reminder here to dress warm for an outdoor event. Step 4: Plan fun and engaging activities A great way to make your event fun for all is to schedule activities to help your guests meet each other. Here are four ideas to get you started: Do a polar plunge. There's no cooler way to bond with fellow geocachers than by jumping into freezing water together at the height of winter! For lucky geocachers in the Southern Hemisphere, host a picnic on the beach and enjoy the warmth of summer. Create a geocaching bucket list. As a group, make a bucket list of geocaches you want to find in 2019. Make plans throughout the year to find them together! Play geocaching bingo. Create a bingo card based on geocaching achievements (“Earned a new country souvenir” or “Found more than 100 geocaches”). Guests must find other geocachers at the event who have completed the achievements to fill in their board. Bake a lucky trackable into a cake. In Greece, coins are baked into bread or cake, and whoever finds the coin has good luck for the entire year! Give your guests the gift of geocaching luck by hiding a trackable in the dessert. Make sure to mention this to them before they take a bite! Step 5: Invite friends, new and old! Now that you're feeling inspired, create a new event on Remember, events must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the event date. Once it has been published, share the GC code with your local geocaching organization. Whether you're already a well-established social butterfly or a first-time attendee, geocaching events are a great way to meet new people who share your love for geocaching. We hope these tips help you host a rockin' New Year's Eve geocaching bash! What tips do you have for throwing an unforgettable geocaching New Year's event? Tell us in the comments below! Special thanks to Natalie for her event-organizing expertise on this blog post! [...]

You might be a Trackable Lover if…

28. November 2018 // 0 Kommentare

Introducing the next challenge in our four month series “You might be a geocacher if…” From December 3 at noon UTC through December 31 at noon UTC, use the Friend League to individually earn points towards the “Trackable Lover” souvenir. Keep reading to learn December's challenge below! In December, you might be a Trackable Lover if… You're all about getting those digits; you can't see a tracking code and not log it! You own several trackable t-shirts, bring your whole (very organized) collection to every event you attend, and take the extra moment to look up the trackable's mission. To earn the Trackable Lover souvenir, earn 80 points individually on your Friend League starting December 3 at noon UTC through December 31 at noon UTC. This month earn higher points for activating trackables! The scoring*: Action Point value Log a Found it on any geocache 5 Log a Found it on a geocache with 10 or more Favorite points 7 Attend any event 5 Activate trackable 10 Drop off trackable you do not own 5 Earn 10 points for activating any trackable! Plus, earn 5 points for dropping any trackable you do not own in a geocache. Please note, this is an update to the current scoring where you could earn points for dropping any trackable. With the updated scoring, you will only earn points on the Friend League for dropping trackables you do not own. *The Friend League will not reflect this scoring until Monday, December 3 at noon UTC. FAQ: How do I play? Find different geocache types, activate, or drop trackables to individually collect 80 points on the Friend League between Monday, December 3 at noon UTC and Monday, December 31 at noon UTC and earn the Trackable Lover souvenir. How can I earn points? If you log a cache, attend an event, or perform other geocaching actions, you collect points. Action Point value Log a Found it on any geocache 5 Log a Found it on a geocache with 10 or more Favorite points 7 Attend any event 5 Activate trackable 10 Drop off trackable you do not own 5 What is the Friend League? The Friend League is a leaderboard that shows you and your friends' geocaching activity. Earn points when you log a cache, attend an event, or complete other geocaching tasks. The number of points vary depending on the task at hand. The Friend League displays the total points you individually collect during the month. You can also see how many points your friends have earned. The Friend League will reset to zero on Monday, December 31 at noon UTC and will resume weekly refreshes. Can I join at anytime? Of course! Join anytime between December 3 through December 31 and earn 80 points individually on your Friend League and earn the Trackable Lover souvenir. Where can I see my souvenirs? As soon as you collect a certain number of points, the associated souvenir will automatically be awarded to your profile. The souvenirs appear on your profile under the souvenir tab. Is the Friend League in the Geocaching® app? The Friend League is not in the Geocaching® app but can be viewed in your phone's web browser. My Friend League points aren't correct. Help! If you change a Note, DNF, or other log type to a Found it log, it will not be recognized on the Friend League. You may have found and logged a Lab Cache. At this time, the Friend League does not award points for finding Lab Caches. You logged on Monday, December 3 before noon UTC (convert to your local time here). We suggest that you wait to log until AFTER Monday noon UTC – which in some places like New Zealand is Tuesday at midnight – to log your geocaches. Otherwise the points will count towards the November challenge and not the December challenge. You saved a Draft on a Monday, December 3 before noon UTC (convert to your local time here). If you have already posted your logs, select “View / Edit Log / Images”, then click the pen icon and “Submit Log Entry” on the website. Your logs should now be counted towards your total. What does UTC stand for? Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is the basis for civil time today. It is the time standard (not a time zone) commonly used across the world. You can convert UTC to your local time here. Do I get points for attending a CITO, Mega or Giga-Event? Yes. Attending any event earns you 5 points. Still have a question? Having trouble logging your finds? Have a question about scoring? The best way to get answers quickly is to write to us using this form. Thanks and good luck! [...]

Wie Du die besten Events für Silvester und Neujahr organisieren kannst

28. November 2018 // 0 Kommentare

Silvestertraditionen gibt es in vielen Varianten und Arten. In diesem Jahr kannst Du eine neue Tradition einführen, indem Du ein Event mit Deinen Geocaching-Freunden veranstaltest und gleichzeitig zwei neue Souvenirs sammeln. Dieses Jahr laden wir Dich dazu ein, dem Jahr 2018 “Danke” zu sagen und das neue Jahr 2019 willkommen zu heißen. Es ist einfach, diese Souvenirs zu verdienen: Du erhältst das “Danke 2018”-Souvenir, wenn Du am 31. Dezember 2018irgendeinen Geocache findest oder an einem Event teilnimmst. Du erhältst das “Hallo 2019”-Souvenir, wenn Du am 1. Januar 2019 irgendeinen Geocache findest oder an einem anderen Event teilnimmst. Ohne weitere Umschweife sind hier fünf einfache Schritte, um eine tolle Neujahrsfete zu organisieren! Schritt 1: Wähle ein Thema aus Es ist das gleiche, wie wenn man einen Film für das GIFF produziert: Die besten Event-Caches starten immer mit einem Motto. Wir haben ein Brainstorming für Euch gemacht, hier sind unsere Ideen: Feiere eine “Geocaching-Vorsätze” Party. Lasse jeden einen Geocaching-Vorsatz nennen, den er 2018 erfüllen soll (“Mein Schwierigkeit/Gelände-Raster füllen”, “Meinen ersten Cache verstecken” oder “Jemand Neuen zum Geocaching einladen”). Wenn sich am Ende des Jahres alle wieder treffen, gibt es Bonuspunkte für diejenigen, die ihre Vorsätze eingehalten haben! Mach alles “Hygge”. Das spricht sich hügge und ist das dänische Wort für warm, kuschelig oder charmant. Plane am 1. Januar für tagsüber ein Event in einem Café o.ä., damit sich die Geocacher aufwärmen können (oder abkühlen), nachdem sie ihren ersten Geocaches des Jahres (oder mehr) gefunden haben. Schritt 2: Wähle das Datum und die Zeit Deines Events Das ist leicht: Plane Dein Event für 31. Dezember oder 1. Januar, so dass man dafür ein Souvenir bekommt. Wenn Du die Zeit wählst, denke daran, dass manche Gäste vielleicht kleine Kinder mitbringen. Geeignet sein könnte der frühe Silvesterabend oder tagsüber am 1. Januar. Zur Erinnerung: Die Geocaching-Richtlinien verbieten es, mehrere Geocaching-Events hintereinander zu organisieren. Um dies zu vermeiden, müssen Geocaching-Events folgende Bedingungen erfüllen: Events müssen zu verschiedenen Zeiten stattfinden Sie müssen von unterschiedlichen Geocachern organisiert werden Die Dauer sollte mindestens 30 Minuten betragen und Sie finden an anderen Orten statt als andere Events. Mehr Infos findest Du in den Geocaching-Richtlinien. Schritt 3: Finde einen Veranstaltungsort Du kannst Events an allen Orten abhalten, die der Öffentlichkeit zugänglich sind – ein Restaurant, Park oder sogar bei Dir Zuhause. Stelle sicher, dass Dein Ort genügend Platz hat für Aktivitäten! Vergiss nicht, eine Beschreibung Deines Events ins Listing zu schreiben. Dort kannst Du auch evtl. Beschränkungen Deines Veranstaltungsortes erwähnen, z. B. ob Hunde erlaubt sind. Du kannst hier auch einen Hinweis geben, sich etwas Warmes anzuziehen, wenn es ein Event im Freien ist. Schritt 4: Plane witzige Aktivitäten, bei denen jeder mitmachen möchte Eine tolle Art, das Event zu einem Spaß für alle zu machen, ist es, Aktivitäten einzuplanen, die Deinen Gästen helfen, sich gegenseitig kennenzulernen. Hier sind vier Ideen für den Anfang: Veranstalte ein Neujahrsbaden. Es gibt keine coolere Art, sich mit Mitcachern zu verbrüdern, als wenn man zusammen mitten im Winter in eiskaltes Wasser springt! Die glücklichen Geocacher auf der Südhalbkugel können ein Picknick am Strand veranstalten und die Sommerwärme genießen. Erstellt eine Geocaching To-Do-Liste. Schreibt gemeinsam als Gruppe die Geocaches auf, die Ihr im Jahr 2018 finden wollt. Und plant diese gemeinsam im neuen Jahr zu finden! Spiele Geocaching-Bingo. Mache Bingokarten, auf denen Geocaching-Ziele stehen (“Hat einen neuen Länderpunkt bekommen” oder “Hat mehr als 100 Geocaches gefunden”). Die Gäste müssen dann andere Geocacher auf dem Event finden, die diese Ziele schon erreicht haben, um ihre Bingokarten füllen zu können. Backe einen Glücks-Trackable in einen Kuchen ein. In Griechenland werden Münzen in Brot oder Kuchen eingebacken, und wer die Münze findet, hat das ganze Jahr hindurch Glück! Schenke Deinen Gästen Glück, indem Du einen Trackable in ihrem Nachtisch versteckst. Vergiss aber nicht, das zu erwähnen, bevor sie ihren ersten Bissen nehmen! Schritt 5: Lade Freunde ein, neue und alte! Jetzt, wo Du motiviert bist, kannst Du ein neues Event auf erstellen. Denk dran, dass Events mindestens 2 Wochen vor dem Event-Datum eingereicht werden müssen. Wenn es veröffentlicht wurde, kannst Du den GC-Code Deiner lokalen Geocaching-Organisation mitteilen. Egal ob Du schon ein etablierter gesellschaftlicher Schmetterling bist oder zum ersten mal an einem Event teilnimmst, Geocaching-Events sind eine tolle Art, neue Leute kennenzulernen, die Deine Liebe fürs Geocaching teilen. Wir hoffen, diese Tipps helfen Dir, eine rauschende Neujahrsfete zu organisieren! Welche Tipps hast Du für ein tolles Geocaching-Event zum Jahreswechsel? Schreib es uns in die Kommentare unten! [...]

Comment préparer un superbe event de la Nouvelle Année pour le Dernier/Premier

28. November 2018 // 0 Kommentare

Les traditions de la Saint-Sylvestre sont de toutes formes. Cette année, vous pouvez commencer une nouvelle tradition en organisant un event avec vos potes géocaching tout en gagnant deux nouveaux souvenirs. Cette année, nous vous invitons à dire ‘Merci' à 2018 et bienvenue 2019 avec deux nouveaux souvenirs géocaching. Pour gagner ces souvenirs, c'est simple : Gagnez le souvenir Merci 2018 en trouvant n'importe quelle géocache ou en participant à un event le 31 décembre 2018. Gagnez le souvenir Bonjour 2019 en trouvant une autre géocache ou en particpant à un event différent le 1er janvier 2019. Sans plus attendre, voici 5 étapes simples pour proposer une superbe géo-fête pour la Veille du Nouvel An ! 1. Choissisez un thème Comme la création d'un film GIFF, tous les grands Events débutent avec un thème. Nous avons une idée pour vous inspirer: Jetez un parti " résolutions geocaching ». Demandez à tous choisir une résolution de geocaching pour terminer en 2019 ( " Terminer ma grille Difficulté / Terrain », " Masquer ma première cache, » ou " Inviter quelqu'un de nouveau à geocaching »). Les points de bonus si tout le monde se nissent à nouveau à la fin de l'année pour voir qui a suivi à travers leurs résolutions ! 2. Sélectionnez la date et l'heure de votre événement Ce conseil-là est relativement simple et clair: planifiez votre événement pour le 31 décembre ou 1er janvier il se qualifie pour un souvenir. Les lignes directrices de géocaching interdisent l'empilement d'événements. Pour éviter cela, Caches de l'événement doivent être: Tenue à différents moments Organisé par différentes géocacheurs Avoir une durée minimale de 30 minutes, et Lieu à différents endroits que d'autres événements. Consultez les directives de geocaching pour plus d'informations. 3. Trouvez un lieu Vous pouvez héberger une Cache Event partout disponible au public-restaurant, parc, ou même votre maison. Assurez-vous de trouver un endroit qui a assez d'espace pour les activités ! Ne pas oublier de fournir une description de votre événement dans les détails Cache. Ceci est un excellent endroit pour expliquer les limites avec le lieu, comme si c'est chien amical. Vous pouvez également ajouter un rappel ici pour habiller chaudement pour un événement en plein air. 4. Organisez les activités intéressantes Une excellente façon de rendre votre événement amusant pour tous est de planifier des activités pour aider vos clients se rencontrent. Voici une idée pour vous aider à démarrer: Faites un plongeon polaire. Il n'y a pas refroidisseur moyen de liaison avec les autres géocacheurs qu'en sautant dans l'eau glacée ensemble à la hauteur de l'hiver ! Pour géocacheurs chanceux dans l'hémisphère Sud, accueillir un pique-nique sur la plage et profiter de la chaleur de l'été. 5. Invitez des amis, anciens et nouveaux ! Maintenant que vous vous sentez inspiré, créer un nouvel Event sur Rappelez-vous, les Events doivent être soumis au moins deux semaines avant la date de la fête. Quand qu'il a été publié, partager le code GC avec votre organisation locale géocaching. Que vous soyez déjà un papillon social ou d'un participant pour la première fois, les Events sont une excellente façon de rencontrer de nouvelles personnes qui partagent votre amour pour le geocaching. Nous espérons que ces conseils aident à vous héberger un géocaching Nouvel An ! Quels conseils avez-vous pour lancer un événement inoubliable geocaching Nouvel An? Dites-nous dans les commentaires ! [...]

In diesen Regionen gibt’s Glätte

28. November 2018 // 0 Kommentare

Gefrierender Regen steht schon seit einigen Tagen an. Doch mittlerweile sieht dieser deutlich harmloser aus, als zuletzt. Trotzdem besteht in einigen Regionen Glättegefahr.Mehr dazu: [...]

Erstes Dezember-Drittel: Wechselhaft mit Regen, Schnee und Wind

26. November 2018 // 0 Kommentare

Im Bericht zum Winter 2018/2019 haben wir bereits von einem eher wechselhaften Dezember gesprochen. Wenn wir aus heutiger Sicht auf das erste Dezember-Drittel schauen trifft dies voll und ganz zu.Mehr dazu: [...]

Warmfront mit Glätte kommt früher als erwartet

25. November 2018 // 0 Kommentare

Die glättebringende Warmfront, die bisher am Donnerstag eintreffen sollte, erreicht uns wohl schon am Mittwoch. Bringt sie auch so die erwartete Glätte?Mehr dazu: [...]

Arcade claw machines, mirrored illusions, and mazes: Interview with cache owner mrradach

24. November 2018 // 0 Kommentare

Everything from arcade claw machines, mirrored illusions, and mazes have been used by creative cache owner mrradach. To break up the monotony of his day job as a tram driver, he was looking for something with action, adventure, and a creative change-up to ease his ambitions. In his own words, “I've been looking for such a pastime for a while and found it in geocaching. I especially like the creative aspect of it, as a geocacher and cache owner.” Geocaching was the perfect outlet for this, and mrradach's 31 geocache hides with 90+ Favorite points (2 hides have over 400 FP's!) speak for themselves in terms of their quality. Though if it weren't for his dad and two brothers coming home late to Christmas dinner seven years ago, angering the whole family, he wouldn't have known about geocaching. At the time mrradach didn't understand why or how they could have forgotten the time but now he says he totally understands. These cool, fun, and interactive caches inspire cachers at all experience levels. Their appeal sparked some interest at HQ so we reached out to mrradach to get to know what goes on when he is daydreaming of future cache hides, what excites him about the game, and where his inspiration comes from. Geocaching HQ: Which geocache got you hooked? mrradach: Actually, it was the first. It took me three tries but the fourth time I found something. It was a stick that could be opened, inside was the cache. I noticed how extensive cache hiding can be. That still makes me curious to this day. Geocaching HQ: What is the story behind your username? mrradach: I simply used my email addresses name. At the time I thought, I could remember that better. Besides, I just wanted to try geocaching out. But I never stopped. Geocaching HQ: What is your favorite cache(s) you've found? mrradach: I really cannot commit to one. In Switzerland and nearby Germany, there are plenty of high-quality caches. I do not like solving puzzles very much at home, but I enjoy the ones you can solve outside. I love gadget caches! Geocaching HQ: What keeps you engaged with the game? mrradach: The diversity always makes it interesting. In addition, I have found many good friends through the hobby, they make sure that I remain involved. Geocaching HQ: For you, what makes a quality cache? mrradach: There's a mix: a little manual work, an exciting story, and hidden in an interesting place. But support and sustainable care are also an important part to all of this. Geocaching HQ: What's the best approach to creating a geocache? mrradach: A good idea. What do I want to show and express with my cache? The practical implementation can then be seen as a nice challenge. Geocaching HQ: If someone reading this was looking for inspiration, what words of advice would you give them? mrradach: If you've already found some nice caches, your imagination will help you a lot. Take your favorite type and imagine how you would like to find a cache like that out in the world. Then you have to get down to make a plan to make that happen. Geocaching HQ: You have a number of complicated and intricate caches. Do you find it difficult to provide maintenance on them? mrradach: No. This is always part of a process for me. Not only build and hide, but also optimize the caches for the future. Whenever I create a cache, I can never know how it will evolve and continue to function under different conditions. So at the beginning it is often reworked, so that the maintenance will become less and less. Geocaching HQ: Have you ever had an idea that you thought was impossible? mrradach: I still have some ideas that I could not implement at the moment because I lack certain knowledge. But I always want to learn and exchange ideas with specialists. So almost nothing is impossible. Geocaching HQ: Do you have a favorite hide of your own? mrradach: Every one of them is my favorite (laughs). But if I highlighted one, that would be Chuchichäschtli Deluxe (GC6MZEJ). Not only the production was a lot of fun, also the naming was exciting. I have found a good way to involve the community in a kind of vote. [...]

Erst kalt, dann Glatteis, dann Sturm!

23. November 2018 // 0 Kommentare

Die kommenden zehn Tage werden in Sachen Wetter überaus spannend. Erst sorgt ein Hoch für Kälte, dann ein Tief für Glatteis und danach besteht auch noch Sturmgefahr!Mehr dazu: [...]
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