Issued: 0530hrs Sunday 4th August 2019
Duty forecaster: Claire Darbinyan
Mixed conditions for much of central & eastern Europe; continuing warm & settled south
Another dry, hot and sunny day across much of southern Europe. Plenty of sunshine for Portugal, Spain, the Balearics, Corsica and Sardinia. Afternoon showers affecting southern portions of Italy, these locally heavy, but staying dry and very warm to the north. Continuing dry, hot and sunny for much of Greece and Turkey though northern coastal regions of Turkey could see some isolated showers.
Cloud increasing over northwestern parts of mainland Europe on Sunday but staying mostly dry for much of France, Benelux, Germany and Switzerland. Isolated light showers at times affecting northern France, the Low Countries and eastern Germany. Brighter for Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland with showers developing here through the afternoon.
A dry but overcast day for Denmark on Sunday while light, showery rain will affect eastern and southern regions of the Baltic States. Heavy showers affecting southern Norway and southern and central portions of Sweden while much of Finland should remain dry but cloudy. Brighter over northern and central parts of Norway and northern Sweden.
Dry, hot and sunny conditions prevail across the Mediterranean on Monday. Plenty of sunshine for Portugal, Spain, the Balearics, Corsica and Sardinia. Afternoon showers affecting central portions of Italy, western Greece and southern Turkey, these locally heavy, but staying dry and very warm elsewhere.
A mostly dry day for France - cloudier to the north, brighter to the south. A slight risk of isolated showers developing in the northwest and southeast. Hazy sunshine for the Low Countries, Germany, western Poland, Switzerland, Austria and the Czech Republic with outbreaks of showers, some heavy and thundery, through the afternoon.
Outbreaks of rain and some heavy showers for Denmark, southern Norway, central and southern Sweden and southern Finland on Monday. A fair and bright day for the Baltic States and for northern parts of Norway, Sweden and Finland.