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Europe forecast - September 21, 2017
Fine south & centre
Bit of rain north

Issued: 0530hrs Thursday 21st September 2017
Duty forecaster: Matthew Hugo

Fine in most of Mediterranean and much of central Europe

Fine and dry in Spain and Portugal with some warm spells of sunshine, if not very warm. Staying dry in the Balearics, Corsica and Sardinia. Dry across much of Italy too with sunny spells and pleasantly warm. Greece will have sunny spells and an isolated shower, these extending into Turkey too.
Fair for France with plenty of sunshine here and feeling warm too. A fine day in the Low Countries with more sunshine to come here. Scattered showers across eastern and southern Germany. Showers also affecting Poland, these mostly well scattered. Mainly fair weather though is forecast across much of Scandinavia, with bright or sunny spells and just a few isolated showers.
Cloudier skies in GreatBritain with outbreaks of rain moving slowly eastwards through the day, some locally heavy rain is possible across some parts of England and Wales in particular as the day progresses.

Mainly dry with some sunny spells and pleasantly warm across Spain and Portugal Portugal. Much of the Med will be mainly dry with some bright or sunny spells and pleasantly warm as well, with plenty of sunshine in places.
Some rain is forecast across more eastern areas of Europe, perhaps with some thundery downpours and heavy showers for parts of the far east of Europe and also into some western areas of Russia, for example too. Still quite warm across Eastern areas of Europe as well.
Denmark will have a fair day with some sunny spells and it will be dry. Staying dry in Sweden too with some sunny spells.