Weather Underground European Forecast for Wednesday, April 16, 2014

By: europeansummary , 6:04 AM GMT on April 16, 2014

Weather Underground Forecast for Thursday, April 17, 2014
An area of low pressure will linger over southeastern Europe on Thursday, while a cold front will inch across the European Mainland.
A low pressure system will continue to linger over the southeastern corner of Europe on Thursday, bringing widespread rain and thunderstorms to a handful of countries. The heaviest precipitation will focus over Bulgaria, Romania and Bosnia and Herzegovina, while lighter, scattered showers will be possible across Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Italy and Croatia. Sofia will be very rainy with a high of 51(F)/ 10(C), while Bucharest will be mostly overcast with a high of 64(F)/ 17(C). High elevation snow showers are also expected to occur across the region.
Meanwhile, a cold frontal boundary is forecast to dip southeastward over western and central Europe on Thursday. This system will bring a mixture of rain and snow to Norway and Sweden, while late afternoon and evening showers will push across Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium and northwestern Germany. Oslo will experience rainy weather with a high of 42(F)/ 5(C), while Copenhagen will be mostly cloudy with a high of 49(F)/ 9(C). High pressure will keep the remainder of western and central Europe clear of wet weather. Paris will be sunny with a high of 68(F)/ 20(C).

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