LONDON, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Britain, Spain and Europe’s western mainland should experience below normal temperatures in the period from September to November, The Weather Company said on Tuesday.
Across the eastern half of Europe and western Russia temperatures were expected to be above normal with below normal precipitation, it said.
“As we head into the colder months of the year, we expect slightly below-normal temperatures to continue across western Europe, but don’t foresee any extreme early-season winter cold,” said Todd Crawford, chief meteorologist at The Weather Company.
“While there are some indications that this winter may be colder overall than the last few, most of the evidence still suggests another mild winter in most locations, especially in eastern Europe,” he added.
SEPTEMBER: Nordics – Cooler than normal UK - Cooler than normal Northern mainland – Warmer than normal east, cooler west Southern mainland - Warmer than normal OCTOBER: Nordics – Warmer than normal UK - Cooler than normal Northern mainland - Warmer than normal east, cooler west Southern mainland – Cooler than normal, except central NOVEMBER: Nordics – Warmer than normal UK – Slightly colder than normal Northern mainland - Colder than normal (Reporting by Oleg Vukmanovic; Editing by Edmund Blair)