Police were waiting for a surfer to exit the water at a beach near the Italian island of Sardinia on March 22, as a nationwide lockdown continued due to COVID-19. Amid the COVID-19 outbreak across the world, many are looking for some sunshine and fresh air, even from their patios and backyards. Those hoping for calm spring conditions across southern Europe will instead get saddled with wet and in some areas, wintry weather. Two storms will combine to bring snow and rain to central and southeastern Europe through early next week. "A cold front will move across central Europe and into eastern Europe early next week," said AccuWeather Meteorologist Rob Richards. Showers will follow along this front as it shifts from Germany and Czechia on Sunday to Poland and Ukraine by Monday. At the same time, snow will continue to pile up in southern Germany and the Alps. "Across the Alps is where the heaviest snow accumulations are expected, as the highest peaks could get as much as 30-60 cm (1-2 feet) of snow," […]