Issued: 0530hrs Friday 23rd September 2022
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
Northern and cnetral Italy seeing heavy showers as well as rain and thunderstorms
Heavy, thundery rain develops across northeast Spain, the Balearics and into southeast France later on Friday. Otherwise here expect a largely dry day though showery rain moving in to far northwestern areas. Some showers developing across Sicily later. Mainly Italy wil be mainly dry and fine. Dry and sunny across Greece and Turkey.
Far western regions of Belgium and Holland will see outbreaks of rain by the afternoon, if not earlier. Dry though with building cloud elsewhere across the Low Countries. Dry with sunny spells across Germany, Poland and the rest of eastern Europe. Cloudier with the risk of some showers through west Switzerland, otherwise dry and fine. Dry and sunny for Austria too.
Spells of rain continue to push eastwards across Norway and into Sweden though southern Sweden does look to remain dry and mostly fine. Denmark too largely dry though with building cloud in the west here. Rain by late afternoon/evening. A few scattered showers across the Baltics. Windy through Finland though dry with sunny spells.
Still unsettled in the east of Spain with heavy rain and thunderstorms along with northern coasts seeing some showery lighter rain moving in here. Thunderstorms pushing across the Balearic islands also. Heavy rain and thunderstorms across northern Italy and the islands while southern regions stay dry with sunny spells. Dry, fine and warm through the Aegean.
Much of France and the Low Countries turning more unsettled with showers as well as longer spells of rain. Heavy showers and or longer spells of rain moving across Switzerland through much of Austria should remain dry. Patchy light rain affecting some parts of Germany but most places dry. Eastern Europe generally settled.
Outbreaks of rain across Norway and Sweden eases through the day. Denmark should remain largely dry though some showery rain is possible in the far north. Largely dry for Finland and the Baltic states.