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The weather in Europe

Europe 14 days weather forecast (Paris)

The Weather in Europe

"Nothing is as unpredictable as the weather" is a commonly spoken phrase.

The weather in Europe is variable. Therefore, you must be aware of the weather forecast to understand what to expect when you're in Europe.

These forecasts can be divided into four different regions:

Scandinavia

The weather in the North brings forth very different temperatures compared to the rest of Europe. However, Southern Scandinavia and Denmark's temperatures are similar to Western Europe's.

If you travel to central Scandinavia, you will have to contend with wetter climates. The closer you get to the North Pole, the lower the temperatures will become.

In summer and spring, the temperatures are pleasantly mild. On the other hand, Winter is cold - you can expect the temperatures to drop to -5°C or even lower.

Eastern Europe

Regarding the weather in Eastern Europe, we are referring to the countries of Serbia, Greece, Croatia, and the surrounding Balkan countries.

Hot and sunny summers are guaranteed in these countries, with temperatures between 30°C and 40°C.

While the winters can be more extreme compared to Western Europe, these regions experience higher snowfall and temperatures dropping to around -10°C.

Weather in Southern Europe

The weather forecast in Southern Europe covers Mediterranean countries, such as Malta and Italy.

Due to these countries being closer to the equator, the temperatures can reach up to 40°C. Therefore, they're more likely to have warm and sunny weather in summer.

These southern countries do not have actual winters. The winter months are often accompanied by rain and spring-like temperatures.

Weather in Western Europe

Western European countries like the Netherlands, England, and France depend on air currents from Scandinavia or the Atlantic that will determine the weather during a particular season.

Western Europe generally has cold winters with temperatures around 0°C.

Rain, wind, and sun are constant variations during the spring and autumn seasons - meaning the weather is less predictable.

Summers are mild. However, the temperature can sometimes get extremely hot - between 25°C and 30°C.

For specific information about the weather in the various regions of Europe, click on the desired country. Then select the city and month.

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