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.

Yellow:
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.

Orange:
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.

Red:
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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Legend:
  • MODERATE WEATHER
  • SEVERE WEATHER
  • EXTREME SEVERE WEATHER

Numbers show the count of afflicted regions for the stated type of weather and severity.

Source: www.meteoalarm.eu

  • Severe storms and flooding for central Europe – cooler weather develops after the pattern flip
    von Marko Korosec am 4. Juni 2020 um 11:53

    We are now entering a much more dynamic weather pattern we’ve been experiencing lately. Especially over the western half of Europe, as well as the northern Mediterranean and central Europe. A large trough with a deep core will develop over western Europe, resulting in a cooler and more dynamic pattern. Also supportive of severe storms and flooding threat towards central Europe.PATTERN FLIPSThe pattern over Europe has flipped this week. It was favoring a ridge over the western half of Europe, but now our continent will be dominated by large trough with deep core developing over western Europe on Friday. This will establish unsettled conditions across a large part of Europe, while upper-level ridging will develop over east-southeast Europe. Graphics: WXCHARTSCOLDER TO THE WEST, WARMER TO THE EASTAs we can see on the 850 mbar charts, the setup of the large trough over Europe develops a channel towards the north. This results in colder air mass delivery into western Europe first, then also into central and southwestern Europe this coming weekend. Such a pattern should also extend into early next week, favoring cooler over the western half but warmer over the eastern half of Europe. Such dipole pattern, therefore, supports southerlies over central Europe, normally meaning dynamic weather with storms on a daily basis.Temperature overview for the weekend  Graphics: WXCHARTSMonday  Graphics: WXCHARTSAnother feature of interest is the relatively small surface low forming over the North Sea tomorrow (Friday), possibly developing severe winds along eastern Scotland and northeast England until Friday. Low will be gradually moving south until Saturday and weaken. Severe to locally even extremely severe winds will be possible, precisely over the Scottish Highlands. EXCESSIVE RAINFALL AND FLOODING THREATBoth global and high-resolution models are indicating there will be a huge amount of rainfall likely across the Alps and surroundings. ECMWF, ICON-EU, […]

  • Week 18-2020 (April 27th – May 3rd) Contest Winners
    von SWE contest am 3. Juni 2020 um 8:20

    Please read the Contest participation guides and Rules here.Week 18 of 2020 (April 27th – May 3rd) – the highest number of votes received.1st place – WINNER: Gregor Vojščak – 326 votes “Beautiful mammatus clouds from decaying storm over our capital city Ljubljana, Slovenia on May 2nd 2012” by Gregor Vojščak 2nd place: Andrea Majić Lizatović ‎‎ – 257 votes “Zagreb,29.4.2020.” by Andrea Majić Lizatović‎ ‎3rd place: Brad Hannon ‎ ‎ – 233 votes “It was like looking at an X-ray in motion!!! Landspout tornado near St Francis, Kansas – June 8th 2019.” by Brad Hannon ‎4th place: θοδωρης κουτσαντωνοπουλος‎ – 210 votes ” Starlink satellites spacex from Greece 27.4.20.” by θοδωρης κουτσαντωνοπουλος5th place: Dario Grubišić‎ – 179 votes “Shelf cloud,Kvarner Croatia 2.10.2019” by Dario Grubišić‎‎ ‎6th place: Devid Raziel Penguti ‎‎‎ ‎ – 175 votes “Mammatus,11.06.2019, Polesine , Italy” by Devid Raziel Penguti‎ ‎‎‎7th place: Ira Mdt‎‎ ‎ – 159 votes “Rainbow over Frankfurt, 2.05.2020” by Ira Mdt‎ 8th place: Olivier Jarry-Lacombe ‎ ‎ ‎ – 142 votes “Very often,I happen to take “the road of the storm” and sometimes also, it is she who comes to me!28/07/2019, Croatia ” by Olivier Jarry-Lacombe‎9th place: Alex GB ‎‎‎‎ – 129 votes “Moon and Venus.The sky above Romania,26.04.2020” by Alex GB 10th place: Piotr […]

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