Europe forecast - February 26, 2024
Cold and wet in the south
Dry and pleasant in the east

Issued: 0530hrs Monday 26th February 2023
Duty forecaster: Ishani Mistry

Largely unsettled in the south, but farier weather in the north and east

A cold and unsettled day across Spain. Frequent showers and periods of rain together with strong winds. The showers affecting most of Portugal too. Chilly in the Balearics but dry with some sunny spells. Italy will have heavy rain in central and northern areas but should be drier to the south. Heavy showers in Greece with western and southern Turkey seeing some rain too.
Windy far north and west of France with heavy rain here, extending into central France too. Further wind and some showery rain for the Low Countries whilst Germany and Poland should be dry and bright. Hungary will have some sunshine and should be dry. Rain for Switzerland, some of it heavy.
Pleasant in Denmark with sunny spells here, with one or two isolated showers. Fair too in the Baltic States. Finland will have some light snow. Mostly dry in Sweden, with some patchy showers in the south. Dry for southern Norway but snow showers over the coasts in the west and north.

Showers, turning heavy at times, in northern Spain and through the Balearics, as well as Corsica and Sardinia. Heavy spells of rain in northern and central Italy, although drier in the south. Fair and sunny spells across Greece. Pleasant in Turkey, with some patchy showers in central regions.
Bright for most of France and dry, although some cloud in the far south. Fine for the Low Countries, Germany, and Poland, with sunny spells. Hungary and Austria will be bright and dry. Cloud and rain with some heavy pulses in Switzerland.
Fair with some sunny spells in Demark. The Baltic States stay dry again with some sunshine here. Finland and Sweden stay dry with sunny spells, whilst strong winds and rain affect western Norway.

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