Issued: 0530hrs Sunday 3rd October 2021
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
High winds and unsettled weather generally continuing across Norway and Sweden.
A band of heavier rain tracks southeastwards across Spain and Portugal, clearing behind to drier conditions. The rain then pushing across the Balearic Islands by evening. A few heavier showers still about affecting western regions of Italy as well as Sicily but largely dyr elsewhere here. Dry and fine for Greece and Turkey.
Spells of heavy rain push across France into southern and eastern regions through the afternoon, largely clearing the Low Countries through the day. Western parts of Germany will also see some rain but it should stay dry further east. Heavy rain moving in to Switzerland but Austria should remain dry. Eastern Europe staying dry although rather breezy.
Spells of rain, heavy in places, will affect much of Norway and Sweden with gale force winds for some. Strengthened winds for Finland also but it should remain dry here. Dry but windy across the Baltic States. Rain moving in to Denmark and becoming windy here also.
Rain clearing eastern areas of Spain but more rain pushing in to the far northwest of Spain and Portugal later. Largely dry and fine elsewhere. Thundry, heavy showers pushing across the Balearics as well as Corsica and Sardinia into northwest Italy. Largely dry elsewhere across Italy and Sicily. Dry and fine for Greece and Turkey.
Spells of heavy rain still across eastern parts of France with patchy rain pushing in to the northwest of France as well as the Low Countries. Dry elsewhere here. Largely dry across Germany Switrzerland and Austria. A few scattered showers to affect Slovakia but largely dry down the Balkan States and eastern Europe.
Low pressure stays just to the west of Norway with high pressure over Russia bringing still a strong southerly wind across Scandinavia. Some patchy rain for Norway but largely dry across Sweden and Finland. Dry down the Baltic States. Mostly dry for Denmark although cloud will increase and patchy rain may push into the far west later.