BBC Weather: Europe to be battered by blizzards and snow as wet conditions blast continent

BBC Weather: Low-pressure front brings wet conditions to Europe

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Darren Bett stated that Bulgaria, Romania, Greece and parts of the Balkans will face tough weather conditions on Monday. However, the BBC meteorologist stated there will be some sunshine in Europe as Cyprus and Turkey are set for warm weather.

Mr Bett said: “There is high pressure in the northwest of Europe and low pressure that has been running its way steadily eastwards through the Mediterranian. 

“We have still got some sunshine in Cyprus and parts of Turkey.

“There are showers to the north, getting much wetter in Bulgaria, Romania and northern parts of Greece and into the Balkans.

“Not just rain but some snow, possibly blizzards with some strong winds as well.”

BBC Meteorologist Matt Taylor told BBC Breakfast that the UK will see rain pushing through on Wednesday and Thurday.

Mr Taylor said: “Monday, high pressure but it’s still keeping things dry but it’s slipping a bit further south and that allows an Atlantic flow of wind.

“Once again, you see those southwesterly winds pick up across parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland through the day nothing too strong but it will bring just a few spots of rain every now and again.

“The cloud could be thick enough towards the coast of western England and Wales for one or two showers but for most another dry day, any patchy mist and fog clears, some sunny spells which is a little bit on today.

BBC Weather: UK forecast frost and increasingly strong winds

“A little bit milder across eastern areas as we see those southwesterly winds which will pick up further as we go into Tuesday.

“A dry day for most, sunny spells around clouding over later towards the west and by that stage the winds really will be picking up because the gales develop as we go through Tuesday night into Wednesday.

“And so through Tuesday night, Wednesday, we will see some rain arrive not much pushing its way east with another patch of rain pushing in through Wednesday, Thursday.”

The Met Office has forecast colder temperatures and unsettled conditions towards the end of March. 

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The Met Office state: “There is a risk of morning frost and fog patches, particularly in the west.

“Daytime temperatures will potentially be colder than average in the south, particularly the southeast at first, where showers may be wintry at times, and on the milder side elsewhere.

“The end of the period will most likely see another period of unsettled weather, with spells of rain and some strong winds crossing all parts of the UK, interspersed with drier and brighter interludes.

“Temperatures are expected to be at or slightly below average for this time of year by the end of the period.”

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