In this lower sentence what does"over" mean exactly?above?whole or...?

At the moment three is some wet and windy weather over the UK and Scandinavia and this is going to move south and east over Germany and Poland.

Vidrenehwhat does"over" mean exactly?



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VidrenehAt the moment, three there is some wet

Thank you.

Second "over" before "Germany and Poland" means "above" too?I think it means through or by!

is it correct?

VidrenehI think it means through or by!

"over" picks up a little of that from the fact that the verb is "move" in the second case, but it still contains "above" in its meaning.


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