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European forecast - 2019年11月14日
Wet central Europe
Drier Scandinavia

Issued: 0530hrs Thursday 15th November 2019
Duty forecaster: Simon Keeling


Wet in central Europe but drier Scandinavia


Thursday
Heavy showers and rain in northern and western Spain as well as Portugal. Heavy showers in southern and eastern Spain. Further rain and thunderstorms in the Balearics, cool and windy too. Heavy showers in central and southern Italy, but fair to the north. Greece will have showers in the west but drier to the east. Some thundery showers in southern Turkey too.
Thundery rain in southern France, wet in the west. Showers for northern France and the Low Countries. Germany and Poland will be dry with sunny spells, milder too. Hungary and Austria as well as Switzerland should be dry too with more spells of sunshine.
Fair for Denmark with sunny spells here. Some showers in the Baltic States, these extending to Finland. Sweden should be dry with further bright periods. A few showers on the coasts of Norway but dry inland.


Friday
Rain again in northern Spain. Showers in western Norway. South and eastern Spain should be fair with sunshine. More heavy rain and thunderstorms in northern Italy, but better to the south. Greece should be fair with sunny spells. Heavy thunderstorms in central and eastern Turkey.
Low pressure over central Europe brings showers and rain to much of France, the Low Countries and parts of Germany. Heavy rain in Switzerland, although Austria and Hungary should be drier with sunny spells. Breezy and mostly dry with some sunshine in Poland.
The Baltic States and Finland should be dry with sunny spells. It stays dry in Sweden with some sunshine. Cloud, wind and some patchy rain in Denmark. Norway should be dry overall, although there will be some snow showers to the north.


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