After Germany’s disastrous flooding, ‘nasty rainstorms’ are heading across Europe, according to the BBC.
As the storm that dumped torrential rains over the continent’s center travels east, BBC WEATHER has warned “nasty rainstorms” across Europe.
As the storm moves to the south and east, Tomasz Schafernaker predicts drier weather across central Europe. As a result of the storm’s movement, other parts of Europe will see severe rainstorms, according to the BBC forecast.
“There is some good news for the flood-stricken regions of Western Europe,” Mr Schafernaker added.
“The storm is now moving away from the region to the east and south, taking its rain with it.
“Things appear to be drying out in this region of the planet, which is wonderful news.
“Unfortunately, it appears that we may have some severe rainstorms in other parts of Europe, particularly in the east.
“The extreme southeast of Europe appears to be hot and sunny.
“The energy from the storm that dumped so much rain on Western Europe has now migrated to another part of the continent.”
The BBC’s long-range weather forecast for the end of July and the beginning of August predicts “interesting” weather.
“As we approach August, the prediction becomes a little more complicated,” the BBC noted.
“The fundamental cause of this is the Scandinavian high-pressure system, which will have a significant impact on the UK weather pattern.
“We expect this high to relocate east enough that we will no longer be affected by it, but there are a lot of contradicting signs.
The further east high pressure goes, the more likely low pressure from Iceland will relocate overhead and keep us in a gloomy, rainy, and slightly cold summer.
As we approach early August, this appears to be more possible, although the specific timing remains unknown.
“At the same time, high pressure in the Atlantic will be complicating things and periodically bringing ridges of high pressure into northern Europe and into Scandinavia,” the forecast stated.
“As we anticipate weakening weather fronts spreading more south and southeast, the pattern shift from late-July high pressure to early-August low pressure will likely be slow.
“More westerly or north-westerly winds would result, reducing the risks of heat waves from the south.
“There’s a likelihood that high pressure will continue strong across northern Europe into August, leading in a more long-lasting stable, dry weather pattern.” Brinkwire Summary News.