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"Hace mal tiempo, hace frío, viento y nieva." ?

"The weather is bad, it's cold, windy and it's snowing."
Does that translate into this?
"Hace mal tiempo, hace frío, viento y nieva. "

(This is meant to be spanish for spain)
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