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This June seems to be weird with dry and warm weather in north and cool-rainy in south Europe. This is gonna change in the next days, but for how long?

 

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According to the latest weather data, the atmospheric depressions in the ten-day period will follow a northern track. This will allow cooler, rainier and windier conditions in the north, while a fair weather system will shield south Europe for a while with dry and sunny weather.

In particular, Europe will be divided into two areas, a northern with unsettled or almost autumnal weather and a southern with dry and sunny weather around the average of the season. The regions from the north of Spain, France, north of Italy, north of Balkans and further to the north will be affected by coll, windy and rainy weather at times. Interestingly, there is even a possibility for some occasional snowfalls over Scandinavian mounts. Regions around north Spain, south France, north Italy, Switzerland and north-northwest Balkans will be mostly affected by afternoon/evening thunderstorms, which may be severe at places.

In south Europe, unsettled weather will make a break with warmer and drier conditions (around average). There is just a possibility for showers over the mounts of the northern areas of this region. Small possibility also occurs for a heat wave in south Iberia, south Italy and Cyprus.

 

This situation will be preserved till 4-6/2020, when unsettled weather will be back in south-southeast, while warm air masses may prefere again a northern track!

 

 

 

Mild weather in north and west Europe is coming to an end. Southeast regions will be the warmer european corner for the next ten days.

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While southeast Europe having a taste of autumn spells this week, the western regions enjoy mild weather. This scenery is going to rapidly change starting on 1/11/2019, as massive low pressure systems are expected to be developed and affect such regions turning weather pattern into a semi-wintry one.

In particular, the northwest countries (UK, Scandinavia -mostly western-, northern parts of continental Europe) should face consecutive cyclonic systems following by bands of severe rainfall and strong winds. In north and central parts of Scandinavia it is highly likely that the first significant snowfall episodes will occur even over lower ground regions. The rest of western and northern region of our continent will be affected by shortwave troughs, which will be turning the weather at times into rainy with some snow over mounts (Pyrenee and the Alps). The temperature in all these regions will remain around or below average.

Finally, in the southeast the weather will change into milder and warm for the season. Overcast is expected at times with some rain over western coasts as a result of the west flow regime. African dust transportation episodes may occur here.

 

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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EUROPE WEATHER OVERVIEW MAP MAY

The weather is going to change dramatically the upcoming week in central and mainly eastern Europe from Sunday (12/5/2019) presenting autumnal traits.

 

In particular, from Sunday and then, the Azores anticyclone will be gradually developed and established in western Europe with a centre over the UK. This will result in better (fair and dry) weather conditions in western Europe with hot for the season temperatures over south and west Iberia (up to 35-37°C).

This situation will push colder arctic air masses to invade north and eastern Europe. Snow will occur in north-central Scandinavia even on lower ground regions, while some snow may be observed over hills/mounts in the northern regions of central/eastern Europe (such as eastern Germany, Poland etc).

Next, the majority of eastern Europe, from Italy and further to the east, will be affected by stormy and colder than average weather with rain at times and afternoon thunderstorms mostly in central and western regions. The most severe weather, where hailstorms may occur, is expected in eastern Italy, western Balkans and possibly regions of northeastern Balkans far from the sea.

The weather will remain fair, dry and hot in Cyprus and eastern Turkey.

 

The weather may completely be reversed from 18/5/2019 and then with a possible heat wave in southeastern Europe and rainy weather for the western.

 

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EUROPE WEATHER OVERVIEW MAP MAY

 

 

Stormy weather for southern, slightly cold at south east, mostly dry in the north. This is an overview of the weather in Europe around the Catholic Easter (20-22/4/2019).

 

The driest conditions should be expected in central-southern UK, around North Sea, southern Scandinavia and central-northeaster Europe with temperatures up to 17-20°C. Dry weather in the Aegean Sea, a bit cloudy (chances for short/light showers) in northern Crete on Saturday (20/4/2019) with temperatures between 14-17°C.

The weather will be normally rainy and windy at times in Scotland, northern Ireland, Iceland and northern Scandinavia, with a possibility for some snow over mounts of the very north of Scandinavia. The temperature will not exceed 10-12°C.

Convective weather will dominate in Iberia, southern France and eastern-southern Balkans with thunderstorms or showers mainly in the afternoon. However, on Monday storms will expand over Italy and Adriatic, where rainy/stormy conditions will occur. The temperature ~15-20°C.

The weather will be colder in Turkey and Cyprus and the rest of southeastern Mediterranean Sea with rain and snow over mounts. The temperature around 8°C in Turkey, not higher than 15-17°C in southern.

 

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This particular circulation pattern was being observed quite often this winter affecting with snow and cold weather the eastern Mediterranean. Here we analyse the scenarios for the last days of March 2019.

Gradually, within the last ten days of March, it seems that a strong anticyclonic system will be established over western Europe with its centre over the UK. If this happens, the colder air masses firstly located over Scandinavia will move southwards over eastern parts of Europe passing through Germany and Poland. In contrast, fair weather with foggy morning at places should be expected in the western parts of Europe (including the UK). Next, even if it is a bit of questionable, the cold air masses will move towards Balkans and eastern Mediterranean. Let’s see the three scenarios:

1. The cold air masses move to the west over Italy. In this scenario, the major activity will be observed in Italy and western Balkans with snow mainly over mounts and rainfalls for lower grounds. The cold air mass will be decayed and, thus, the temperature drop will not be significant.

2. The cold air masses move over Greece turning the weather into fairly wintry with low temperatures and snow in central-northern Greece and central-eastern Balkans over mounts and hills (possibility for snow on low grounds of northern regions).

3. The cold air masses move towards Aegean Sea and Turkey causing a short passage of cold weather and some rain (snow for higher grounds) in eastern Greece and heavy snowfalls in Turkey. Cyprus will be also affected with rain and snow over higher grounds.

 

In any of the cases, southern Iberia and northwestern coastal area of Africa will be affected by convection and storms.

 

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Μετά από τον Χούλ, ένα κύμα καύσωνα που θύμησε το καλοκαίρι του 2007, έρχεται ακόμη ένα δυνατό καιρικό γεγονός στην χώρα μας. Εξαιρετικά σπάνιο για την εποχή και το γεωγραφικό μας πλάτος, ο λόγος για την -Φθινοπωρινής υφής- κακοκαιρία με το όνομα Μέδουσα , που αναμένεται να πλήξει μεγάλο μέρος της κεντρικής και βόρειας χώρας. Η κακοκαιρία θα ξεκινήσει από την ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ ΤΟ ΜΕΣΗΜΕΡΙ και από τα βόρεια , οπου ο καιρός θα γίνει συμπαγής , νεφελώδης και θα εκδηλωθούν ισχυρές βροχές με μεγάλη διάρκεια και ένταση. Καταιγίδες επίσης θα εκδηλωθούν, με την πιθανότητα όμως χαλαζόπτωσης να είναι σχετικά μικρή, θα έχουν όμως πολύ νερό. Μέχρι την ΔΕΥΤΕΡΑ ΤΟ ΒΡΑΔΥ, η ΘΕΣΣΑΛΙΑ-ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑ – ΣΠΟΡΑΔΕΣ ΚΑΙ ΕΥΒΟΙΑ θα δέχονται έντονες βροχές. Παράλληλα η θερμοκρασία θα σημειώσει θεαματική πτώση, σε επίπεδα Οκτώβρη, μην θυμίζοντας σε τίποτε οτι βρισκόμαστε στην καρδιά του ελληνικού καλοκαιριού. Οχι όμως για πολύ, καθώς από ΤΡΙΤΗ ο καιρός βελτιώνεται παντού με την θερμοκρασία να ξανανεβαίνει σε καλοκαιρινά επίπεδα προς τα τέλη της εβδομάδας.

ΧΑΡΤΗΣ ΕΚΔΗΛΩΣΗΣ ΦΑΙΝΟΜΕΝΩΝ :

Περιοχές με Κόκκινο: Σε αυτά τα τμήματα (ανατολική Θεσσαλία-Σποράδες, ανατολική κυρίως Ευβοια, ακτές Θερμαικού και η νότια Χαλκιδική οι βροχές που θα ξεκινήσουν από Κυριακή μεσημέρι μέχρι Δευτέρα βράδυ, θα έχουν ιδιαίτερα μεγάλη ένταση και διάρκεια. Θα πρέπει να θεωρηθεί σχεδόν βέβαιο οτι θα προκληθούν προβλήματα. Απομακρύνετε οχήματα κοντά σε χειμάρρους, πάρτε μέτρα προφύλαξης. Περιορίστε τις μετακινήσεις σας και αποφύγετε να παραμένετε ή να κατασκηνώνετε κοντά σε χειμάρρους. Αναβάλλετε κάθε εξωτερική δραστηριότητα το διάστημα αυτό. Βελτίωση του καιρού από την ΤΡΙΤΗ τα ξημερώματα.

Περιοχές με κίτρινο: Σε αυτά τα τμήματα, οι βροχές θα έχουν διάρκεια και ένταση, με αυξημένη την πιθανότητα να προκληθούν – κυρίως μικρής κλίμακας- πλημμυρικά επεισόδεια. Αποφύγετε τις άσκοπες μετακινήσεις την Κυριακή-Δευτέρα.

Περιοχές με πράσινο: Εδώ, οι βροχές ή και οι καταιγίδες, θα είναι πολύ πιο τοπικές και δεν αναμένεται να προκαλέσουν προβλήματα σε γενικές γραμμές.

ΘΕΣΣΑΛΟΝΙΚΗ-ΧΑΛΚΙΔΙΚΗ: Ο Αστατος καιρός συνεχίζεται μέχρι και την Κυριακή το πρωί, δηλαδή παροδικές συννεφιές θα δίνουν μπόρες ή και μεμονωμένες καταιγίδες. Ο καιρός εδώ θα επιδεινωθεί σημαντικά από την ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ ΤΟ ΜΕΣΗΜΕΡΙ με ισχυρές, γενικευμένες βροχές. Καταιγίδες κυρίως στα θαλάσσια παραθαλάσσια τμήματα.
Η κατάσταση είναι δύσκολη για την Χαλκιδική οπου εδώ θα έχουμε καταρακτώδεις βροχές από την ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ ΤΟ ΑΠΟΓΕΥΜΑ και μέχρι την ΔΕΥΤΕΡΑ το ΒΡΑΔΥ. Οσοι θα βρίσκεστε εκεί, κυρίως στα πόδια, περιορίστε τις μετακινήσεις σας και απομακρύνετε οχήματα που βρίσκονται κοντά σε χειμάρρους, ρεματιές κτλ. Υποχώρηση της κακοκαιρίας από το ξημέρωμα ΤΡΙΤΗΣ οπου ο καιρός μετέπειτα θα επανέλθει στις καλοκαιρινές του διαθέσεις.

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