BBC Weather: Temperatures plummet in Europe as stormy weather thrashes continent

BBC Weather meteorologist Nick Miller warned viewers that the stormy weather conditions are set to stay across northwestern parts of Europe. He noted that means there is a “windy weekend” to come and there will be more wet weather. The weather presenter added that the bulk of the cloud is found in Europe at the moment.

Mr Miller said: “Through much of the Mediterranean, our weather is looking fine so that is how Saturday is shaping up.

“We’ve had an area of low pressure down towards the southeast.

“It will still bring a bit of wet weather on through Saturday into Turkey.

“Some rain and some higher elevation snow to be found here as well.”

He continued: “Into Greece, the further south you are, some of the islands will see a few storms.

“It will still be quite breezy with all of that.

“But elsewhere through the Mediterranean, it is looking settled with some sunshine.

“There’ll be more cloud around though through northern parts of France across to the north of Germany.”

The BBC presenter added: “But the bulk of Saturday’s wet weather will be here into Scandinavia, southern Sweden into Denmark and particularly into Finland with some rain through here.

“That rain on Sunday is a bit further south and looks like a wet day into parts of Germany and Poland, as that pulls away from the United Kingdom, but it is quite mild with that.

“Temperatures will be quite low for London and Paris in the weekend.”

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Mr Miller told viewers: “Looks like temperatures are going to take a bit of a dip.

“It will still be wet and windy at times.

“There’ll be plenty of dry, sunny weather on the way into Madrid.

“The other weather story further east across winter is how mild, how warm the winter has been in Moscow.

“Temperatures here will remain above freezing.”

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