BBC Weather: Europe set for ‘heatwave’ as searing temperatures to hit – latest forecast

BBC Weather: Europe set for ‘intense downfalls’

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Susan Powell has forecast a split in weather conditions across the west and east of Europe. The BBC meteorologist outlined that the west of Europe will experience an area of low pressure rolling into the region.

Ms Powell said: “An east-west split best describes the weather across Europe.

“There are heatwave conditions in many eastern areas particularly in the northeast and Russia under this big area of high pressure.

“In the west, there is low pressure rolling in.

“There are cooler than average days towards the west of Europe through the middle part of the week.

“It is very showery across northern Spain, France and up into Germany.”

She continued: “We cannot rule out some isolated thunderstorms adjacent to the black sea.

“There will be a few drifting down into Turkey on Wednesday.”

The BBC’s long-range forecast for the week June 21-27 outlines low pressure developing across northern Europe.

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The BBC wrote: “The unsettled second half of next week will likely be a sign of things to come as we head toward the end of June.

“High pressure, which has been in western and northern Europe for the past week or so and brought us drier, warmer weather, will shift away to the west.

“Warm water in the Atlantic Ocean will mean high pressure will want to form there instead of in Europe.

“As it moves away, a large-scale low pressure through will develop in its place over northern Europe.

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“This means we will likely see a more unsettled pattern with occasional deep Atlantic weather systems moving in from the west or northwest.

“These weather systems will cause some breezy, wet days broken up by some sunny and dry spells.”

The forecast continued: “The wind direction will tend to drag air in from the northern Atlantic near Iceland or Greenland, meaning our temperatures will tend to be near or a bit below average.

“Scotland and Northern Ireland are more likely to see below average temperatures, while the southern half of the country is nearer to normal for late-June.

“High pressure may try and build into western Europe, especially later in the week but it will tend to stay south of us.”

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