BBC Weather: Heatwave returns as 38C temperatures forecasted in Europe after thunderstorms
BBC Weather forecaster Stav Danaos said temperatures will begin to rise midway through the next week in Europe. He claimed a current weather front will cause thunderstorms and rain which will result in a reduction in temperature. However, temperatures will rise in the new week as both Spain, France and the UK could see highs just shy of 40C.
Mr Danaos said: “We are looking at heat building back in across much of central and western Europe as we move through the new working week.
“We also had very high temperatures last week across western areas.
“That was broken down in spectacular style over the weekend thanks to this cold front moving in.
“There have been some very big thunderstorms and some heavy rain at times.”
The BBC Weather forecaster noted this wall of rain in central Europe will force temperatures to drop for a brief period.
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However, as we move through the new week temperatures will begin to rise again.
Mr Danaos highlighted how this weather front will impact countries like Germany and Italy over the coming days.
He said: “This area of low pressure will continue to bring some thunderstorms and showers to parts of southern Germany, northern Italy and parts of Austria.
“There will be a risk of hail as well due to these intense thunderstorms.”
Contrastingly, the south eastern countries will see more warm weather and sunshine.
Mr Danaos said: “The eastern Mediterranean will be dry sunny and warm.
“Much of the Balkans will be warm as well but it will be cooler behind this system which is why on the boundary we see heavy rain and thunderstorms.
“Temperatures will be in the low 20C for Berlin and Frankfurt in addition to parts of southern Scandinavia.”
The heat will begin to rise again in western Europe from Tuesday onwards.
The BBC Weather forecaster said: “The heat starts to build back in across western Europe.
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“Temperatures will be hotter in Bordeaux and Paris once again.
“As we move deeper into the week we will see temperatures back into the 30s and into the upper 30s for places like Paris as we end the new week.
“There will be lots of sunshine for Madrid and Rome as well.”
In London, temperatures begin in the low 20s for the new week but by Saturday the city could see highs of 34C.
Paris is forecasted to have a similar trajectory with temperatures starting to rise from Tuesday onwards to a high of 36C on Saturday.
Madrid will be one of the hottest cities in western Europe next week and from Friday could see temperatures exceed 38C.
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