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Although the temperatures are slowly rising, and are sometimes above zero, and the sun is getting higher, the innermost parts of the southwest fjords, which are shallow, seem to be becoming increasingly covered with ice and snow. It may take some time for this ice to melt, but spring is on its way, and the next time I visit Hafrsfjord, after being in the UK for 4 weeks, all the ice will have melted. I have been very happy to record the coldest winter in the region of Stavanger since 1951.

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