Issued: 0530hrs Saturday 27th November 2021
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
Outbreaks of rain across much of Europe
Further rain affecting the northern coasts of Spain today. Fair for most of the rest of Spain and Portugal, although some thundery showers may affect southeast Spain once again. Showery rain affecting Sardinia, Corsica as well as much of mainland Italy. Showers still about through the Balearics. Thunderstorms developing over Greece but largely dry through Turkey.
Windy across France with showers down the coasts. Drier inland for the most part. Showery rain affecting the Low Countries onto north and west Germany but drier further south and east here. Some rain for Switzerland and parts of Austria as well as the Balkan States. Largely dry through eastern Europe countries.
Rain, sleet and snow pushing north across southern Sweden and the Baltic region. Drier further north across Sweden. Some showers through Norway but plenty of dry periods too. Dry with sunny spells for Finland. Unsettled across Denmark with outbreaks of rain and blustery winds.
A drive of northerly winds continue to push rain into northern Spain and Portugal on Sunday. Elsewhere is largely dry and fine but it will feel cooler. One or two showers affecting the Balearics but mainly dry here. Still outbreaks of rain through Sardinia and Corsica as well as across mainly western regions of Italy on a persistent north to northwest wind. Thundery and heavy rain across much of Greece but dry yet breezy through Turkey.
Less breezy across France but many eastern regions seeing showery rain, heavy in places. Showers merge into longer spells of rain across the Low Countries. Rain through the far south of Germany but drier elsewhere here. Showery rain across Austria and Switzerland too. Heavy rain across north Poland where winds will strengthen but drier further south.
Largely dry through Norway and Sweden, although the far south could see some patchy rain at times. Rather cloud with some rain through Denmark. Largely dry across the Baltic States and Finland.