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Europe forecast - September 18, 2021
Unsettled in west
Dry Scandinavia

Issued: 0530hrs Saturday 18th September 2021
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus


Heavy rain moving into western parts and through central Europe. High pressure building over Scandinavia.


Saturday
Showers over the far northern coasts of Spain. Fair for the rest of Spain and Portugal with sunny spells. Showers in central and northern parts of Italy but fair to the south. Greece and Turkey will be dry with further spells of sunshine here.
Rain across central and western France, this being heavy and thundery at times. Drier in eastern parts of France. Fair through the Low Countries with sunny spells. Some rain in central parts pf Germany. Hungary should be dry, although some showers will be affecting Austria and Switzerland.
Scattered showers for southern Denmark but fair to the north. Breezy in the Baltic States with mostly dry weather and cloud. Brighter and dry but cold in Finland. Fair for much of Sweden and chilly here. Sunshine in western and northern Norway and staying dry here.


Sunday
A band of rain will push in to northwestern regions of Spain with cloud building across northern parts of Portugal, although staying dry here. Largely dry elsewhere across Spain. Some showers developing across the Balearic Islands. Largely dry through Italy, although one or two scattered showers about. Largely dry across Greece with some showers through northern Turkey.
Spells of heavy rain across northeastern parts of France with more rain pushing into the Biscay coast. Drier elsewhere. Largely dry across the Low Countries and Germany but some showers affecting far southern regions here. Heavy rain through Switzerland into Austria. Outbreaks of rain affecting the Balkan States. Some patchy rain for east Poland but mostly dry elsewhere here.
High pressure bringing largely dry and fine conditions to Scandinavia, although a few scattered showers could affect the Baltic States and southeast Sweden.