BBC Weather forecasts warm conditions across Europe
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BBC Weather forecaster Darren Bett noted Spain will see some of the hottest temperatures at 35C over the next few days. Much of central Europe and western Europe will see warmer weather with temperatures in the mid-20s. This warm weather will also be seen in southeastern Europe.
“There will be pockets of rain expected over the next few days in southeast Europe, central and eastern Europe, however.
Mr Bett said: “It remains warm for the time of year across many northern and western parts of Europe.
“There are still some showers in the forecasts especially coming from this area of cloud in France.
“As the showers ease down overnight, they will develop again during Tuesday.
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“But out towards many western areas, France down to Iberia, it is still dry.
“There will still be lots of sunshine and it will be strong with reasonably high temperatures as well.”
In southeastern Europe temperatures are expected to remain in the mid to high 20s.
However, there will be outbreaks of rain across the region.
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Mr Bett continued: “It is not quite so warm as it normally is for the time of year through eastern parts of the Mediterranean.
“There will be a few showers breaking out over land over Turkey as well as northern parts of Greece.
“It should be dry with plenty of sunshine through Hungary and into Poland.
“Central parts of Europe across Germany, into the Alps there will be heavy thundery downpours likely here.
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“We could see some of these showers move across from Russia into parts Scandinavia.
“Many parts of Scandinavia will still remain dry and warm, however.
“More showers, similar sorts of areas in Wednesday, many parts of Germany down into the Alps will be very wet.”
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