BBC weather: UK to FREEZE as Europe weather systems SWAP – Heatwave DEAD

This means that, whilst much of southeastern Europe was pummelled by wind and rain, it will soon see sun. Unfortunately for the UK, that wild weather will be making an appearance from Thursday onwards. BBC meteorologist Nick Miller warned: “There are signs that the weather pattern in Europe, which has been stuck in a rut for about a week now, is about to change.

“So we’ve had the same weather for several days - there is a hint of something different on the way, though you may not particularly like it.

“The rut has been high pressure, keeping most places dry, chilly at night.

“Sunny and warm by day, though there have been some fog patches slow to clear.

“Weather systems have been driven through to Scandinavia, particularly to the north where it’s been very windy and to the east and southeast of Europe where it has also been very windy.

“Some snowfall into parts of Turkey on through Wednesday - still windy across Greece, southern Italy and into Sicily.

“Through Iberia, France and Germany, a lot of fine sunny weather by day.

“Particularly the further north we come, temperatures continue to threaten February records.

“They’ve been broken in the British Isles.

“A lot of fine weather into Scandinavia - that’s if you’re away from the north where there’s still some snowfall and strong winds.

“Notice the change on Thursday: weather systems starting to push in from the west.

“We’ve got at least an area of cloud heading through France and that’s a sign that across northwestern parts of Europe things will turn wetter and windier going into the weekend.

“Paris and London: the temperature coming down.

“It’ll be wetter - the winds will be picking up as well as low rather than high pressure takes over.

“And we’re going to see the change in southeastern areas as well - temperatures head up in the sunshine in Athens.”

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