Great holiday weather in southern Europe, but less warm in the north | Currently

Great holiday weather in southern Europe, but less warm in the north |  Currently

In southern Europe, holiday weather is perfect with the sun working overtime. Weeronline said Thursday that the weather is very sunny and warm around the Mediterranean. Vacationers in northern Europe have to deal with colder and windy weather.

If you go on vacation to one of our neighbors in the coming days, you’ll have to deal with cooler temperatures. Temperatures will still be above 30 degrees in some places on Thursday, but Friday will be between 21 and 27 degrees cooler. After that, rain and thunderstorms will also pass over the area.

The same sun will appear again in Germany after the weekend. In the south it may rain again during the next week.

Rain can also occur in southern neighbors and disperse heat. Temperatures in Belgium and Luxembourg will rise to 20 to 27 degrees on Friday. After the weekend it can again reach 30 degrees.

In France, it stays warm, but sometimes it’s less hot

It was already hot in the French Dordogne and Ardèche and these tropical temperatures will continue for a while. Tourists in northern France experience rain and thunderstorms, putting an end to the worst of the temperatures for a while. In Paris, Mercury fluctuates around 29 degrees for a few days, after which it becomes tropical warm again.

It’ll also be hot around the Alps for a while. The temperature in Vienna will be 35 degrees until Friday. There is an opportunity to shower on the weekend, after which the temperatures drop. This happens not only in Vienna, but also in the rest of Austria and Switzerland. It will be much warmer there again next week, according to Weeronline.

Good holiday weather around the Mediterranean

It is also good to be around the Mediterranean. The sun came out in full force. Temperatures around the Spanish coast range between 31 and 34 degrees. Inside, temperatures reach 40 degrees.

It is a little cooler on the Portuguese coast, but it remains tropical: in Lisbon the temperatures range from 27 to 31 degrees.

In the narrow Italian streets, it can also be warm with temperatures between 35 and 40 degrees. At sea, weak winds provide some coolness. Similar weather conditions can be seen on the Greek islands and Turkey.

Changeable and cold in the British Isles and Scandinavia

A little further north, the weather is more choppy and cooler. In England it is sunny and temperatures range from 25 to 30 degrees. In Scotland and Ireland it is considerably cooler with temperatures between 15 and 18 degrees, but temperatures there also rise above 20 degrees after the weekend.

The sun also appears in Scandinavia, but there are also showers over the region every day. In Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm, among other countries, temperatures range from 20 to 25 degrees.

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