Issued: 0530hrs Thursday 1st July 2021
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
Turning unsettled again for NW Europe. Drier elsewhere.
Largely dry for Spain and Portugal on Friday but cloud and patchy rain is expected across the northwest. A dry and fine day across the Balearic islands and largely dry for Italy as well as Corsica and Sardinia with good sunny spells although one or two showers cannot be completely ruled out. Risk of one or two showers developing through the Greek islands and Turkey later on but largely dry.
A largely dry day for France although with still some heavier showers across the north. Sunshine and showers for the Low Countries and Germany. A mainly dry day for Switzerland Austria but showers developing towards the Alps. Scattered local showers for Poland. Largely dry for the Balkans.
Mostly dry for Scandinavia thanks to high pressure here, although some heavier showers across far southern regions of Sweden into Friday. Showers still about across some southern Baltic States too. Denmark will see sunny spells but also showers, possibly heavy.
Showery rain pushes across northern parts of Portugal as well as northern regions of Spain, drier further south. Largely dry and fine for the Balearic islands. Largely dry with sunny spells across Italy, Sardinia and Corsica. Mostly dry for Greece but with some local thunderstorms developing further east. A few scattered showers for Turkey too but mainly dry.
Turning once again more on the unsettled side for large parts of France on Saturday. Thundery, heavy rain expected across some eastern areas too. Heavy rain pushing across the Low Countries for a time. Largely dry across Germany but rain pushing into western regions later. Thunderstorms affecting Austria and Switzerland. Largely dry for Croatia and the Czech Republic. A few scattered showers across Poland.
Some scattered showers across southern parts of Norway and Sweden but largely dry and fine elsewhere. A dry and fine day for Finland. Some showers across the Baltic States but plenty of dry weather too. Dry for Denmark.