AccuWeather.com Predicts Rain In Central Europe, Dry & Hot In Italy & Greece
If you’re traveling to Europe this summer, pack light clothes. And, depending on where you are going, some rain attire.
According to AccuWeather.com, the weather forecast calls for hotter than normal weather, with local severe thunderstorms in some of the most heavily traveled areas of central Europe, which includes Amsterdam, Prague, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and parts of France.
However, if you’re going to Italy and Greece then you don’t have to worry about getting wet at all, for it’s going to be hot and dry. Good thing you can cool off in the Mediterranean Sea.
Lots Of Brits To Travel To The Mediterranean
Expect lots of Brits to head to these two areas to escape cool and wet weather. AccuWeather predicts that rain will frequent much of the U.K. with the heaviest falls expected in Northern Ireland, western Scotland and northwest England.
“After a wet start to 2016, the unsettled weather will continue into the summer months, which means there could be enhanced localized flooding, especially in areas that are trying to still clean up from the floods in early winter,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Tyler Roys said.
If you’re going to the Running of the Bulls or anywhere in Spain, you’re in for a weather treat – it will be warm and sunny but not as scorching hot as it was last summer when Madrid experienced 72 days with temperatures 32 C (90 F) or higher from June through August.
Northern Europe is described on the AccuWeather map by one word: wet. This is where you will be glad you packed your rain attire.