BBC Weather: Parts of Europe experiencing 'unusual warmth'
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BBC Weather forecaster Matt Taylor noted that much of Europe is seeing warm and dry conditions this week. He said that it is “unusually warm” across the continent and temperatures could exceed 20C at times. Despite this widespread warmth, there will be rain and misty starts for some throughout the week.
Mr Taylor said: “It is hard to believe that that severe chill was just over a week ago.
“It is completely different out there right now.
“The reds and yellows showing just how extensive the unusual warmth is.
“Much of Europe is seeing above-average temperatures, maybe as much as 12 or 15C.
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“Into Wednesday parts of Germany could see temperatures above 20C.”
The BBC Weather forecaster noted that much of central and western Europe will remain dry for the next few days.
He said there may be some morning mist and fog but this will clear away for more sunshine.
Despite the warm temperatures and sunny skies for many, there will be parts of Europe that will see brief stints of wetter and more cloudy weather.
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Mr Taylor said: “Rain will return to northwest Spain and it is still there across the UK and Ireland.
“We will also see some extensive low cloud give some murky, grey, misty conditions in and around the Black Sea.
“This is perhaps because we have colder air to the east of this.
“Temperatures will be recovering in Kyiv but it is still well below freezing in Moscow.”
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This rain from the Atlantic is expected to hit parts of France and northern parts of Spain on Thursday.
However, most of central and western Europe will remain dry.
The temperatures across western Europe will fall a little bit as the week goes on.
But for many countries, the temperatures will still remain above 12C.
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