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what was the weather like in World War 1 ?

The rain caused trenches to flood, sometimes waist high. People found it hard to be dragged through because the trenches were thick in mud and sleet. They were slime and waterlogged trenches. It would snow deeply, the rain would wash it away and sleet would form and this was a continuous cycle.

Sorry if this doesn't make much sense, it is just my notes.

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