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Sommario Europeo - 20-09-2017
Fine south & centre
Bit of rain north

Issued: 0530hrs Wednesday 20th September 2017
Duty forecaster: Simon Keeling


Fine in most of Mediterranean and much of central Europe


Wednesday
Fine and dry in Spain and Portugal with some warm spells of sunshine. Staying dry in the Balearics, Corsica and Sardinia. Dry in northern Italy but showers, some of them heavy to the south. Greece will have sunny spells and an isolated shower, these extending into Turkey too.
Fair for rance with plenty of sunshine here and feeling warm too. A fine day in the Low Countries with more sunshine to come here. Scattered showers across eastern and southern Germany. Showers also affecting Poland, these mostly well scattered. Heavier showers in Austria and Hungary as well as Switzerland.
Cloudier skies in Denmark with outbreaks of rain. Showers in eastern Sweden, some heavy. Scattered showers for the Baltic States whilst dry weather and sunny spells affect Finland. Norway is likely to be cloudier with rain at times.


Thursday
Some rain in northern Portugal and northwest Spain. A few showers in eastern Spain but for much of Iberia the day is dry with sunny spells. Scattered showers in the Balearics but dry and fine for Italy, lots of sunshine here. Greece sees a few showers to the north but is mostly dry and sunny. Fair too in Turkey with more sunshine to come here.
Some rain in northwest France. Fair for most of the country once morning mist and fog patches clear. Fair too in the Low Countries and Germany with plenty of sunshine. Switzerland and Hungary as well as Austria will be fine with more sunshine to come here. Rain may affect the far east of Poland, but to the west ot is likely to be dry with good spells of sunshine.
Denmark will have a fair day with sunshine and it will be dry. Staying dry in Sweden with plenty of sunshine here. Some showers in the Baltic States and Finland. Rain and strong wind in western parts of Sweden.