Issued: 0530hrs Wednesday 22nd March 2023
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
Windy and wet in the north
Cloud will build across the NW of Spain with some rain affecting the coasts here, otherwise Spain will be dry and fine. Dry with sunshine too for Portugal and the Balearics. Dry with plenty of sunny spells across Italy into mainland Greece though a greater risk for a shower or two across the Greek islands. Outbreaks of rain for Turkey.
Wet and windy across northern France. Dry and fine elsewhere here. Windy also with patchy rain through the Low Countries into northwest Germany, Dry and fine elsewhere across Germany. Some patchy rain through Poland. Dry with sunny spells across the Alpine regions into Czechia and Hungary.
Windy across mauch of Scandinavia. Rain clears Denmark in the afternoon with brighter weather following here. Heavy bursts of rain affect southern regions of Norway and Sweden. Drier further north here. Largely dry across the Baltics yet windy. Heavy rain moving into southern Finland.
Cloudier skies still across NW Spain with spells of rain moving in here later, otherwise again the rest of Spain will be dry and fine. Dry with sunshine too for Portugal and the Balearics. Dry with plenty of sunny spells across Italy and Greece. An improved day across Turkey.
Wet and windy across northern France still with heavy rain moving in to the far north by afternoon. Dry elsewhere here though winds will strengthen. Another windy day with plenty of cloud and rain across the Low Countries. Some of the rain again moving into northern Germany. Drier further south. Heavy showers across northern Poland where it will be blustery. Breezy further south here with plenty of cloud though staying dry. A windier day across Austria and Switzerland with a few blustery showers though mainly dry.
Winds ease back across Denmark with a mostly dry day ahead with sunny spells. Windy and wet across the Baltics. Heavy rain clearing southern regions of Sweden and Norway. Cloudier with some lighter rain further north here. Largely dry across Finland.