June 4, 2019 / 12:10 PM / a month ago

NW Europe set for above normal temperatures in June: The Weather Company

LONDON (Reuters) - Northwest Europe can expect warmer than normal temperatures in June while lower temperatures are forecast across southeast Europe, The Weather Company said in a report on Tuesday.

“The continued existence of the North Atlantic cold pool also argues for more widespread mainland heat this summer, with cooler/wetter risks across western Europe,” it said.

The Weather Company, owned by IBM, provides weather forecasts aimed at the commodities and energy sectors.

JUNE

Britain and southern Scandinavia: Above normal temperatures.

Germany: Above normal temperatures.

Southeast Europe: Below normal temperatures.

Iberia/France/Alps: Above normal temperatures.

JULY

Britain and Southern Scandinavia: Above normal temperatures in Scandinavia, below normal temperatures in Britain

Germany: Above normal temperatures.

Southeast Europe: Above normal temperatures except far south east.

Iberia/France/Alps: Above normal temperatures east, below normal temperatures west.

AUGUST

Britain and Southern Scandinavia: Above normal in Scandinavia, cooler than normal in Britain.

Germany: Above normal temperatures.

Southeast Europe: Above normal temperatures.

Iberia/France/Alps: Above normal temperatures east, below normal temperatures west.

Reporting by Susanna Twidale; Editing by Jan Harvey

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