Issued: 0530hrs Thursday 17th November 2022
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
Staying unsettled for most though largely dry and fine through Scandinavia
An unsettled day in Spain and Portugal. Showers, some of them heavy with most of them in the north and west. Further showers in the Balearics. Showers too in Corsica and Sardinia as well as western parts of Italy. Greece brings heavy showers to southern Greece as well as western and southern Turkey. Fair in central and eastern areas of Turkey.
Heavy rain in southern and eastern France, although showers to the north and west. Rain or showers affecting most of the Low Countries. Rain in central and northern Germany, but fair in the south. Poland will have some rain in the far west of Poland, but dry in the east. Fine for Hungary and Austria with plenty of sunshine. Rain in western parts of Switzerland.
Rain and wind for Denmark, some of it heavy at times. Fair for the Baltic States and cold here. Finland will be dry too although cold. The cold weather draining through Sweden. Norway will be dry and cold too although some strong winds and outbreaks of sleet and snow in the far south.
Staying unsettled across Spain and Portugal with outbreaks of rain tracking eastwards. A windy day too. The heavy rain moving across the Balearics and on towards Sardinia later in the day. Showery rain clearing much of Italy with brighter conditions developing. Heavy showers across western Greece and southern Turkey but largely dry elsewhere here.
Rather cloudy and mixed across France with some heavy rain in the far south and persistent showers in the west. Showers or longer spells of rain also to affect the Low Countries and much of Germany into Austria and Czechia. Largely dry across Poland.
Largely dry across Scandinavia though it is expected to be windy through western Norway with some showers brushing the far south here. Mist and fog common further north across Sweden and Finland. A few showers possibly getting across the Baltic Sea later. Denmark sees variable cloud and the odd shower though mostly dry.