‘Lots of showers’ are expected to hit Europe as heavy Atlantic rain smashes the continent, according to the BBC.
A wet weather front from the Atlantic Ocean is expected to bring heavy rain, according to BBC Weather.
Wet weather is expected over Europe over the next few days, according to BBC Weather forecaster Ben Rich. He predicted that a wet weather front would bring numerous showers to regions of western Europe, including the United Kingdom and Ireland. There may be rain in some parts of southeastern Europe, although temperatures will stay hot.
“It’s definitely starting to feel like October in the northwest of Europe,” Mr Rich added.
“It’s because we’re getting some chilly air from the northwest.”
“You can see the speckled cloud on the satellite image, which indicates that there are a lot of rains coming in.”
“A frontal system is moving eastwards behind another belt of cloud for Tuesday.
“That weather front will strike sections of Scandinavia, as well as eastern Germany, Poland, and the Czech Republic.”
“This will bring some very severe rain outbreaks, and the UK and Ireland will become wet again.”
Parts of south-eastern Europe will also expect significant rain in the coming days, according to the BBC Weather forecaster.
As autumn temperatures came in, he also noted the drop in temperature.
“With some sunshine, Turkey and Cyprus will be OK,” Mr Rich concluded.
“Temperatures will be in the low 30s, but there will be some rain as well.”
“Parts of Portugal and Spain, on the other hand, will remain dry.”
“This will not be the case for the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, since more rain is on its way.”
“There will also be some strong winds.”
“On Wednesday, there will be a dry period, but there will also be some chilly air flowing in.”
“Just 15 or 16 degrees Celsius in London, and rain will fall across northern Germany.”