BBC Weather’s Nick Miller warned of a large storm system stretching across the UK, northern France and Scandinavia will bring vast amounts of rain. But by Thursday the miserable conditions will push past central Europe. Southern Europe will see sunshine with highs of 36C in Spain.
Mr Miller said: “It’s on the cooler side for many across the northern most areas in Europe and there are some weather systems giving wind and rain.
“The most recent satellite picture shows a main storm travelling across Europe as we look at the forecast going into Wednesday.
“Stronger winds and showers at least into Scandinavia will be pushing away.
“Heavy downpours in southern areas are moving away with sunny weather in Greece.
“A lot of heat in place across much of Russia at the moment but it is on the cool side for Scandinavia.
“It’s staying cold and windy and there is going to be some wintry weather into the higher elevations across parts of Norway.
“A similar picture for Thursday with some of that rain extending to Poland.
“But south of that it will stay mainly dry.”
According to the latest figures, Cornwall recorded 143.3mm of rainfall last month, more than twice the county’s average monthly rainfall, making it the area’s fifth wettest June.
While South Glamorgan in Wales had 144.8mm of rainfall, making it the seventh wettest on record.
Devon had its eighth wettest June with 142.1mm, which was also around twice the expected monthly rainfall, with data going back to 1862.
Meanwhile, Honister Pass in Cumbria recorded 212.8mm of rainfall on June 28, marking the wettest day on record for the month and the wettest day of 2020 so far.