It’s a warm wind, the west wind

Zephyr can mean a soft breeze but I also found the definition of “a wind from the west”. We mostly have westerly winds, originating somewhere over the Atlantic, traversing France, passing over the forested area between France and Germany, and reaching us after crossing the Rhine Valley. Also, there are hills in our back protecting us from the cold easterly winds, and although the westerlies might bring rain, they push the low-pressure systems with their bad weather to the East.

Linked to the Ragtag Daily Prompt: Zephyr.

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