Western Europe Weather July 6-23

Let me preface by saying that European Weather Forecasting is not something I do in my daily routine.  The terrain and proximity to cool water make it more challenging than here in the Middle Atlantic.  Having said that, I will take a shot.  Confidence is pretty good through the first week, then gets a little shaky after you leave France.

For those with internet access, I would suggest the BBC website for weather information.  Check it once every day or two for changes.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/

…and type in the city you need.  Temperatures will be in Celsius.  So a quick conversion:

10°C= 50°F

20°C=68°F

30°C=86°F

London: 6-8 July

Mostly sunny days and fair nights. Afternoon highs near 80. Lows around 60. Light breezes. Very un-London-like. This looks like a gift.

Paris/Northern France: 9-11 July

Mostly sunny days and fair nights. Afternoon highs in the low-mid 80s. Lows in the lower 60s.  Some cool north breezes may develop… especially Thursday, but still nice outside.

Belgium/Netherlands: 12-14 July

A mix of sun and cloudy periods.  Cooler breezes from the North Sea for 13-14 (Sat-Sun). Highs Friday in the 70s. Saturday and Sunday… closer to 70. North Sea water temperature is around 60.

Western Germany: 15-19 July

Really getting shaky here…. Fair for the first couple of days (15-17), then some rainy spells and turning cooler (18-19). Highs generally in the 70s (15-17), then 60s to 70° (18-19).

Austria/Switzerland: 20-22 July

Not much skill here. But it looks fair and mild with highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s.

Have a great trip!

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About seansublette

Meteorologist at Climate Central. Broadcast meteorologist in Virginia from 1995 to 2015. Born and raised in Richmond, VA. Penn State alumnus. Loves baseball and the rock band Rush. Views are independent of my employer. Past performance does not guarantee future results.
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