VALID FOR 03-04-2017
An upper ridge over W Europe is strenghtening and expanding into central Europe where a diffuse cold front is pushed further SE. A large upper low affects Mediterranean. Deep trough with cyclone moves across N Atlantic.
ENH/SLGT risks have been issued for N Atlantic and parts of central Norwegian coast with threat for non-convective severe winds, locally in excess of 120 km/h.
A SLGT risk has been issued for Ionian sea into W Greece with threat for severe storms, capable of producing severe winds, torrential rainfall, large hail and tornadoes. Risk has been extended into S Italy where excessive rainfall will be an additional threat, could bring flash floods.
MRGL risks have been issued across E Hungary, N Ukraine into W Russia, Appenines, S Italy and Ionian sea as well as over SE Turkey where threat for some organized storms is expected, some of the could be severe. The main threats will be large hail, severe winds and heavy rainfall.
TSTM risks are placed where storms are expected, but should remain sub-severe. Due to slow moving storms, some cells could locally bring lots of rain.