A considerably deep low is making its way across the northern parts of central Europe. It brings windy weather and another round of snow to the region.
The low will move across the English Channel over the coast of Belgium into the Netherands and across northern Germany throughout the day today and early tomorrow. Central mean sea level pressure is expected to be below 980 mbar. Expect windy weather across the English channel, extreme north of France, northern Belgium and western Netherlands with winds gusting up to 90-110 km/h.
The low also brings a new round of snow for BeNeLux, Germany and northern Poland. The total accumulated snowfall will likely remain below 10 cm for much of the area and most of the snow is expected to thaw by early tomorrow.
Another round of snowfall for central Europe, including BeNeLux, Germany and parts of Poland as a deep low crosses the region today. Most of it will thaw quite rapidly, but there is another round coming with the impressively deep low on Monday and Tuesday. Map: @wxcharts pic.twitter.com/SJuAsKNxKe
— severe-weather.EU (@severeweatherEU) 10 December 2017
Another deep low is expected to cross W-CNTRL Europe tomorrow and on Tuesday, for another round of windy weather and more snowfall. Check back for updates on that system.