BBC Weather warning: Deep area of low pressure threatens Europe with heavy downpours

BBC meteorologist Ben Rich warned of an area of low pressure spinning northwards through western Russia. However, sunny, dry and hot conditions are expected across Iberia, with Spain expected to reach close to 40 degrees tomorrow.    

Mr Rich said: “Over the western side of Russia, we have developed quite a deep area of low pressure.

“As we move out of Tuesday into Wednesday we will keep some wet, blustery weather.

“Further west we have got a band of cloud drifting in and behind that cloudy and cool weather.

“On Wednesday afternoon it will be relatively hot across Turkey, certainly some heat across Cyprus.

“It will be dry and warm for Greece, with a few showers working across Italy.”

He continued: “One place where we will have some heat for the rest of the week is Iberia, southern Spain getting close to 40 degrees.

“France and the British Isles are both on the cool side for this time of year.

“There is a band of showery rain moving through Scandinavia and pushing eastwards across Germany.

“As we go into Thursday some showers will break out across Poland

“The area of low pressure will continue spinning northwards across those western parts of Russia.

“It will be dry, sunny and hot for Spain and Portugal.”

Mr Rich said regarding the weekend temperatures across the continent: “Looking further ahead, temperatures in London are set to climb.


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“By the weekend it will be 27 or 28C.

“At the same time, Paris is likely to get to around 30C.

“So things are warming up in the northwest of Europe, but it stays unsettled in Moscow.

“Temperatures will be hovering around 20C.”

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