Issued: 0530hrs Saturday 11th September 2021
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
Showery rain clearing from Europe. Scandinavia rather mixed with heavy and frequent showers.
A largely dry day across Portugal and Spain, although showers are expected to push across in places. Cloud will also build across Portugal and western regions of Spain. A few scattered showers likely to affect the Balearics. Thundery showers for Sardinia, Corsica Sicily as well as across Italy, heavy in the far south. Largely dry for Greece and Turkey.
A mostly dry day across France with sunny spells although far eastern areas may just see a few showers earlier on. Largely dry too for the Netherlands. Showery, thundery rain across Germany will become confined to southern and eastern regions later. These then moving into western parts of Poland and the Czech Republic. Dry for the Balkans.
Rather mixed across southern regions of Norway and Sweden as low pressure dominates here bringing showery rain, perhaps thundery. Drier further north here and largely dry across Finland. A few developing showers across the Baltic States too. Rain mostly clearing Denmark to suggest a better afternoon.
A largely dry day across Portugal and Spain, although cloud will be rather heavy through much of western Iberia. Thunderstorms risk for the far northeast and into easternmost Balearic Islands. Largely dry for Corsica and Sardinia with a few heavier showers across southern Italy. Thunderstorms developing across mainland Greece but mosdtly dry for Turkey.
A mostly dry day across France with sunny spells although far eastern areas still seeing a few heavier showers that spill out into Switzerland and across Austria. A largely dry and generally fair day elswhere across Europe, although Poland may well see some developing heavier showers in the south.
Lower pressure brings a showery scene once again to much of Norway with some heavy showers or longer spells of rain to parts of Sweden. Largely dry for Finland but southern regions seeing some rain for a time. Scattered showers across Denmark and the Baltics in the morning, these clearing later.