Issued: 0530hrs Thursday 25th May 2023
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
Showery Mediterranean while northern Europe is largely dry yet breezy
Spain remains showery, these showers developing as the day progresses. Much of Portugal staying dry and fine. A few showers for the Balearics but mainly dry here. Also a few showers developin along coastal areas of Italy, otherwise dry here. Heavy showers developing across mainland Greece, better weather through the islands and into the Turkish resorts.
Showers for the south of France, some heavy again. Dry for the rest of France with plenty of sunshine. More sunshine and dry weather in the Low Countries and Germany though breezy. Poland, Hungary and Czechia are largely dry. Showers developing across southern Switzerland and Austria, otherwise dry with sunny spells.
Denmark is windy yet again dry and fine. Sunny spells and dry in the Baltic States. Rain clearing the far east of Finland to see much of it dry yet windy, particularly in the north. Windy too across Norway where there will be again rain and showers hitting northern and western areas. Largely dry though windy in Sweden.
More showers breaking out across central into northern regions of Spain today as well as across north Portugal. Further south in Portugal and Spain, including the Balearics, looks to be largely dry. Largely dry across Italy and the islands though a few isolated showers look to develop, some heavy in the south. Largely dry for the Balkans, though Greece and Turkey is expected to remain largely unsettled with heavy showers.
Scattered showers still across southern France while drier further north yet staying windy. Dry and breezy across the Low Countries and Germany. Largely dry through Austria and Switzerland though a risk of showers through sotuhern areas here. Dry and fine across Poland.
Dry though with cool wind flow across Denmark and the Baltics. Largely dry across Sweden though staying breezy in the north. Showers and brisk winds across central and northern Norway, dry further south. A few showers initially across southern Finland, these easing off later.