European forecast - 2023年2月2日
Largely dry
Warm Mediterranean

Issued: 0530hrs Thursday 2nd February 2023
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus


High winds and heavy rain affecting Germany and Poland


Thursday
Dry and fine through Spain and Portugal as well as the Balearics. Mostly dry across Corsica with the risk of some scattered showers across Sardinia and western regions of mainland Italy. Elsewhere across Italy will be dry with sunny spells. Largely dry and fine through Greece and Turkey.
Largely dry across France though mist and fog culd be a problem for some centrally and further south. Breezy across the Low Countries with rain clearing to the north. Cloudy with outbreaks of rain across Germany, Austria and much of Switzerland along with blustery winds. Showery rain easing across Poland with sunny spells developing.
Dry across Denmark today though building cloud in the west later. Mostly dry through Norway and Sweden with sunny spells. Showery rain through the Baltic States and southeast Finland, otherwise dry across the rest of Finland though much cloud about.


Friday
Staying settled across western regions of Europe through the end of the week thanks to high pressure. Mist and fog patches first thing are possible around Spain, Portugal and France. The risk of an odd shower through the Balearics, otherwise dry. Dry across Italy and Greece with sunshine. Some possible patchy rain affecting Turkey.
Dry and fine through Belgium. More cloud with some patchy rain across the Netherlands and a brisk wind here. Windy and unsettled with heavy rain in places through Germany and Poland. Mostly dry through Switzerland though rain pushing into northwest Austria later. Dry down the Balkans.
Mostly dry across Norway and Sweden with light winds and sunny spells. Dry across Finland. Breezy though dry through Denmark. Cloudy across the Baltics though mostly dry, risk of rain in far southern Lithuania.


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