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The weather seems to remain unsettled for the most of Europe the next ten days of June. Watch how this unsettled weather will be distributed over our continent.

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In particular, for the period 10-20/6/2020:

1. The rise of the Azores anticyclone with a final destination over Anticyclone is expected to cause the formation of a new low pressure system over the northwest of Europe. This weather system will be followed by consecutive rain bands and zones of strong winds at times and places in the UK and France, while the temperature will remain around or below the average. In contrast, Scandinavia will face fairly warm and dry conditions with temperature much above the average.

2. At the same time, colder air masses will slide to the southwest from Russia affecting the Balkans, Switzerland, Italy, and Iberia with convective weather mostly in the afternoon. The temperature in all these regions will be fluctuating around the average.

3. No heat wave is expected this period over Europe. The only exception is some possibility for short periods of occasionally warm weather in Iberia.

4. From the regions mentioned in 2, the Balkans (till northern Greece, the southern of Germany and Switzerland appear to be highly likely to be affected by heavy thunderstorms at times.

 

The current article is just an estimation of the possible average situation over Europe the period 10-20/6/2020 over Europe.

 

An extreme heat wave is taking place over western and central Europe being the second episode for this summer. Let’s have a look at the places which will be mostly affected.

On Tuesday (24/7/2019), Meteo France registered 41.2C (106.1°F) in the south-western city, breaking a 2003 record of 40.7°C.

Tomorrow (25/7/2019), the mercury will again climb to 40°C or more in areas of Spain, France, Germany and Netherlands, while most of western Europe will face temperatures larger than 35°C including southeast UK. For details please see the map below. This situation will be fairly uncomfortable due to increased minimum temperatures, which will not drop lower than 22-24°C in the morning. However, in large cities the temperature will not drop lower than 26-29°C!

This heatwave will be gradually retreating from Thursday 26/7/2019 firstly affecting Spain and France, and later (27/7/2019) the rest of central Europe. This heatwave ending will be followed by severe thunderstorms (possibly hailstorms at places) in France, north Spain, Netherlands, south UK, Germany and central/northern Italy.

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Europe may face extreme weather conditions and differences from places to places the last week (24-30/6/2019) of this June with a heat wave and heavy thunderstorms.

In particular, we expect a significant heat wave, which will affect Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, eastern/southern of England, Italy and Benelux with temperatures that may reach 34-36°C. However, the temperature may exceed 38-40°C at continental places of northwest Africa, central/eastern Spain and southern/central France. At this places dust advection will take place, but this will not be an extreme episode.

The weather will remain stormy with rain episodes at times in Ireland and western/northern UK. However, some storms may affect the UK as a whole at the end of this period.

For the rest of northern countries the weather is expected around normal with some rain episodes and temperatures around the average.

Unsettled conditions will possibly occur in central/eastern Balkans, continental eastern Europe and southern Alps/north Italy with thunderstorms mainly around afternoons and evenings. The temperatures will fluctuate around normal or below.

Etesians (north east winds) will settle over eastern Greece (Aegean) and western Turkey reaching up to 60km/h over seas some days in this period.

It should be noted that this is an overview of the weather in Europe and it cannot replace any official forecast of individual European countries.

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