BBC Weather forecaster Tomasz Schafernaker said the weather will continue to be unsettled across Europe on Monday, with the central Mediterranean “not looking so great” over the coming days. The BBC forecaster said: “You can see cloud stretching all the way out to Africa across Corsica, Sardinia and into Italy and parts of the Balkans too.
There is likely to be some nasty thunderstorms in places
“We have seen some vicious thunderstorms around the Balkans in the last few days. Here is Monday’s weather forecast – rain from Rome, some rain reaching parts of Greece as well, the Alpine region too.”
The BBC forecaster said very far east of the Mediterranean will be “absolutely fine” with hot sunshine and temperatures hitting 30C.
He added: “ 21C expected in Barcelona and will match that in Paris and Frankfurt, Berlin, as well.
“Warsaw a bit warmer at 25C and a much fresher 14C expected in Stockholm.”
But the weather on Tuesday is set to worsen as the brutal weather front pushes further over the continent.
Mr Schafernaker added: “That rainy weather spreads into many parts of eastern Europe.
“There is likely to be some nasty thunderstorms in places as well.
“Further west across Europe, quieter weather but fresher conditions with the breeze blowing off the Atlantic.”
Meanwhile, in the UK, the Met Office has warned the second half of the Bank Holiday weekend is forecasting more “unsettled” rain and cooler temperatures.
Bank Holiday Monday will see both sunshine and heavy showers with a chance of thunderstorms across the north of the UK.
Met Office Meteorologist Marco Petagna said: “Temperatures will continue to slide to no best than 18C or 19C in the south, near the low to mid-teens elsewhere.”
Mr Petagna predicted the wet, cooler weather will last for 24 to 36 hours across the UK.
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