Issued: 0530hrs Thursday 18th May 2023
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
Heavy showers developing across the Balearic Sea.
Another windy day across Spain with developing showers across southern and eastenr areas here, drier elsewhere. Sunny spells and showers across the Balearics. Weather continues reasonably unsettled through Italy and southeast France with showers and longer spells of rain. Greece and Turkey also unsettled with rain and heavy showers.
Breezy yet mostly dry across the rest of France. Dry and fine also for the Low Countries and Germany though windy in the far south here. Showers as well as longer spells of rain across Switzerland. Better for Austria. A band of rain lingers across central into eastern areas of Poland.
Dry with developing sunny spells across Denmark though mist patches could be about in the morning. Likewise with the Baltic States into southern Sweden. Largely dry and fine across Norway though with some sleet and snow in the far northwest. Breezy across Finland though mainly dry.
Continuing unsettled with heavy showers across southern and eastern regions of Spain. Breezy elsewhere but largely dry including through Portugal. Showers also affecting the Balearics islands, the Balearic Sea and towards western Italy. Heavy rain possible for a time across Sardinia and Corsica. Much of mainland Italy will be dry with sunny spells. Largely dry and fine through Greece. Heavy showers affecting south and east Turkey.
Staying breezy across France with some possible showers but mainy staying dry. Heavier showers across the far south and southeast. Largely dry and fine across the Low Countries and Germany into Poland and Czechia. Much of Austria too will stay dry with sunny spells. Southern Switzerland at risk with showers.
Mostly settled across Scandinavia with dry conditions and light winds across Denmark and the Baltics, possibly a few mist and fog patches to start the day here. Breezier through Norway with some showers in the far west, otherise dry. Dry with a slight breeze across Sweden and Finland.