Europe says goodbye to summer

Europe has enjoyed a late blast of summer with some western areas, such as a UK enjoying their warmest Sep days on record. Temperatures opposite western tools of a continent reached a low to mid-30s Celsius in places and during times were around 10 to 15 degrees above average.

That all came off a behind of a hottest months on record. Just final Friday The United Nation’s World Meteorological Organisation pronounced that Aug equalled Jul as a hottest month on record.

This led WMO chief, Petteri Taalas to say: “It is looking approaching that 2016 will [be] a hottest year on record, leading a implausible temperatures witnessed in 2015,”

We are now looking during a spell of rather some-more normal continue with temperatures in a west tighten to their Sep averages. London and Paris are looking during highs of around 20C over a subsequent few days.

That has come about following a new thundery relapse in a weather, where cooler and wetter continue rolled in from a Atlantic finally violation a feed of prohibited southerly winds from Spain and North Africa.

The unsettled continue is now rolling opposite Italy and a Balkans. Severe storms are approaching to continue rumbling divided from a Adriatic to a Black Sea for a good partial of this week.

Many areas are now stating daily rainfall totals of around 70mm. The area of low vigour compared with a complicated sleet is also feeding cold primeval winds opposite most of Eastern Europe.

Temperatures in Moscow struggled to strech double total on Sunday, hardly touching 9C. Just a week ago they were adult around 20C. The Sep normal is 16C.

The cooler atmosphere will strech a Hungarian Plain by midweek and, with a storms afterwards gradually relocating by Greece into Turkey, it seems protected to contend that autumn has finally arrived opposite a immeasurable infancy of Europe.

Source: Al Jazeera

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