Severe Weather Europe – Current weather warnings for Europe!
Please note the respective weather warnings of the European weather services! All weather warnings are in English and in the local language.You get current warnings of thunderstorms, heavy rain, snow, constant rain, storm, hurricane, extreme frost.
The weather is potentially dangerous. The weather phenomena that have been forecast are not unusual, but be attentive if you intend to practice activities exposed to meteorological risks. Keep informed about the expected meteorological conditions and do not take any avoidable risk.
The weather is dangerous. Unusual meteorological phenomena have been forecast. Damage and casualties are likely to happen. Be very vigilant and keep regularly informed about the detailed expected meteorological conditions. Be aware of the risks that might be unavoidable. Follow any advice given by your authorities.
The weather is very dangerous. Exceptionally intense meteorological phenomena have been forecast. Major damage and accidents are likely, in many cases with threat to life and limb, over a wide area. Keep frequently informed about detailed expected meteorological conditions and risks. Follow orders and any advice given by your authorities under all circumstances, be prepared for extraordinary measures.
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Numbers show the count of afflicted regions for the stated type of weather and severity.
Hurricane Teddy passing near Bermuda today, now heading for extremely dangerous landfall in Canada
von Marko Korosec am 21. September 2020 um 12:25
Hurricane Teddy is moving north near Bermuda on Monday and continues towards a potentially extremely dangerous landfall in Canada. Teddy has been gradually weakening over the weekend but remains a very large and powerful hurricane. Severe damaging winds, storm surge, and major near 20-meter waves are expected to strike Nova Scotia, eastern Canada on Wednesday this week. Teddy was born 8 days ago and rapidly intensified into a monster, Category 4 hurricane on Friday. This was the 2nd major hurricane of the 2020 hurricane season. The hurricane Teddy is expected to transition to a powerful extratropical cyclone as it moves over portions of Atlantic Canada on Tuesday. It will remain a very dangerous Category 1 hurricane. There is an increasing risk for a direct significant impacts from wind, rain, and storm surge across the Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. Key Messages Teddy will continue to affect Bermuda with tropical-storm-force winds on Monday, as its broad wind field will spread across the island. Tropical storm warning remains in effect for the island. It should bring near 55-60 knots (60-70 mph) winds to Bermuda on Monday. Its effect on the island will be less severe than hurricane Paulette a week ago, but a combination of severe winds and waves could bring some damage. An extremely large wind field associated with hurricane Teddy is likely to spread moderate to strong winds onshore. The strongest, and potentially damaging wind gusts, are expected to impact the coast of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland through Wednesday into early Thursday. A Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for portions of Nova Scotia, Canada. People across the Atlantic provinces of eastern Canada are preparing for the first hurricane of the season to make landfall in what’s been a very active season so far. Environment Canada has issued a tropical storm watch for all counties along the southern shore of Nova Scotia A tropical cyclone statement was issued for the remainder of the province, […]
Fall arrival to Europe this week: summer weather replaced with cold and lots of rain, snow in the Alps
von Marko Korosec am 20. September 2020 um 15:45
A long period of hot summer weather is coming to an end. It will be replaced with autumn weather. Right in time for the end of calendar summer and start of the calendar autumn, Sept 22nd. A complete pattern flip is forecast to bring much colder and rainy fall weather into a large part of Europe this week. It has been very warm and locally hot weather so far this month. The stable/blocking pattern has developed right after a severe weather outbreak in central Europe which occurred at the end of August, ending in early September. Since then, barely any precipitation was observed in much of our continent. Now, things are changing. Global weather models are in a very good agreement the stable and warm weather is coming at the end. A large North Atlantic depression will first spread into western Europe, then continue further east and south. Expected to reach southwestern, central, and southern Europe from mid-week onwards. Such a fall pattern forecast usually brings significant weather events with potentially high rainfall sums across the northern Mediterranean and central Europe. And indeed, much colder weather with snow into the Alps. Let’s get into details about the upcoming pattern evolution… Pattern change – from summer to fall The extensive upper-level ridging pattern will be replaced by a deep trough this week. Monday, Sep 21st On Monday, the ridge center will still be over western Europe, while deep troughs are moving east over the Arctic region and northern Europe. A shallow, weakening upper low is located over southwestern Europe. A small upper low is placed over the Azores, these are the remnants of the ex-hurricane Paulette. Wednesday, Sep 23rd By Wednesday, a more obvious change in the weather patterns over Europe is seen. The upper-level ridge collapses and its remnants are spread into eastern Europe and western Russia. At the same time, deep North Atlantic trough digs south into western Europe. This brings more autumnal weather into western […]