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November 15, 2010
November weather around the globe
From a blizzard in Sweden to Hurricane Tomas in Haiti to a snow storm in Minnesota, here's look at November weather around the world. (28 images)

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A Window washer clean the exterior of The National Museum of American Jewish History as the sun peeks through clouds in Philadelphia, Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010. AP / Matt Rourke

Storm clouds roll over the space shuttle Discovery after sunset Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010, at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Space shuttle Discovery's launch has been has been postponed. AP / Terry Renna

The winter sun begins to rise over mist and fog that has formed over fields on the Somerset Levels on November 15, 2010 in Glastonbury, England. After being battered by strong winds and heavy rain last week, parts of the UK are enjoying cold, fine winter weather. However, more wind and rain is forecast to hit later in this week. Getty Images / Matt Cardy

A man flies a kite, with the Alps in the background, as temperatures reach 16 degrees Celsius (60,8 Fahrenheit) near Muensing, southern Germany, Saturday, Nov. 13, 2010. AP / Matthias Schrader

The peaks of Gonzen, Gamsberg and Gauschla appear out of the sea of clouds, near Igis, Switzerland, Monday, Nov. 8, 2010. AP / Arno Balzarini

A hiker walks his way in front of the Alps during sunny and warm weather near the border between Germany and Austria not far from Kufstein, Austria, on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010. AP / Matthias Schrader

A jogger runs with a baby stroller along Lake Michigan Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010 in Chicago. AP / Charles Rex Arbogast

A visitor to New York's Central Park is framed by autumn leaves while taking a tour of the park on a pedicab, Friday, Nov. 5, 2010. AP / Mary Altaffer

A woman and her dog battle against the wind in the beach resort of Scheveningen, near The Hague, as autumn storms blow over the Netherlands Thursday Nov. 11, 2010. AP / Peter Dejong

A van is engulfed by water in Salcoats on November 11, 2010 in Salcoats, Scotland. Getty Images / Jeff J Mitchell

Cars drive through a flooded road on November 13, 2010 in the city of Muelheim an der Ruhr, western Germany. Heavy rains caused flooding in large areas of North Rhine Westphalia and damage to buildings. AFP/Getty Images / Patrik Stollarz

The bumper rips off a PT Cruiser as it drives into a flooded area on I-45 South in Dallas, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010. The Dallas Morning News / Brendan Sullivan

Firemen evacuate victimes of the floods in the region of Tubize, province of Walloon Brabant, on November 14, 2010. Heavy rainfall caused flooding in several areas in Belgium. AFP/Getty Images /

People wade through a flooded street during the passing of Hurricane Tomas in Leogane, Haiti, Friday Nov. 5, 2010. AP / Ramon Espinosa

Residents wade through flood waters in down town Hat Yai of Songkhla province, southern Thailand Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010. AP / Sumeth Parnpetch

Indian fishermen look at the Bay of Bengal as they walk at Mypadu beach in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh some 675 kilometers (421 miles) from Hyderabad, India, Monday, Nov.8, 2010. Two southern Indian states, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, had Sunday declared alerts and evacuated thousands of people fearing a severe cyclone, but by Monday, the cyclone had weakened into a deep depression. AP / Mahesh Kumar A

Indian women and children try to protect themselves from rain as they take a ride on a pickup truck in Hyderabad, India, Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010. AP / Mahesh Kumar A

Indian workers take shelter under a truck as it rains in New Delhi, India, Saturday, Nov. 13, 2010. According to a local news agency, unexpected pre-winter showers in New Delhi on Saturday brought down the temperature to about 18 degree Celsius or, 64.4 degree Fahrenheit. AP / Pankaj Nangia

A Sri Lankan pedestrian wades through muddy waters in Colombo on November 11, 2010. Heavy overnight rains flooded the capital of Colombo, making most roads impassable, while train services were delayed as tracks went under water. AFP/Getty Images /

Raindrops and a maple leaf are seen on a windshield of a car during a rainy day in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on Tuesday, Nov 9, 2010. AP / Jonathan Hayward

Autumn leaves are partially covered by drops of rain on November 9, 2010 in Paris. AFP/Getty Images / Joel Saget

A pedestrian hunkers under his umbrella as he dashes through the rain in the Financial District of Boston, Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010. AP / Charles Krupa

Evening commuters walk in the rain on Wall Street, Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010, in New York. AP / Mary Altaffer

A woman walks with her umbrella on Monastiraki square central Athens during rainfall on Friday, Nov. 12, 2010. AP / Petros Giannakouris

A woman shields with an umbrella makes her way through a blizzard, in Stockholm, Sweden, Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010. AP / Anders Wiklund

People walk in a blizzard in Stockholm on November 9, 2010. AFP/Getty Images / Jonathan Nackstrand

Gina Lotzer brushes snow off her car in St Paul, Minn., where the first snow of the season arrived early Saturday, Nov. 13, 2010. AP / Andy King

Lynn Steiert clears out his driveway during a snow storm in Mankato, Minn. on Saturday. Nov. 13, 2010. Minnesota was socked with more snow, with some areas in the Twin Cities areas reporting 11 inches of snow. AP / Pat Christman

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