Travelers to the region may need to pack some cold-weather clothes.
Soaking rains may have been indirectly linked to Tropical Cyclone Mahasen, which made an early Thursday landfall from the Bay of Bengal in Bangladesh.
Tropical Cyclone Mahasen has necessarily had some say in the onset timing of the Monsoon.
Warmth will wax June-like in some capitals. Many others will experience the feel of mid summer for at least one day.
The Huntsville Mayor, Claude Doughty, said that it would take months and millions of dollars to repair road damage.
Localized severe wind gusts near 60 mph (about 95 km/h) will whip Ireland, Wales, northern England and southern Scotland.
Among the highest observed winds as of Tuesday were gusts of 60 mph at Lechars and 56 mph at Dundee, both in eastern Scotland. In Edinburgh, gusts hit 53 mph.
Much of England, France, the Low Countries and even Germany warmed 5 to as many as 10 degrees C (9-18 degrees F) above normal Sunday. Put another way, daytime warmth was more fitting of early to midsummer than mid-April over a wide area.
The big warm-up, which will yield high temperatures more fitting of June than April, will spread over western Europe Sunday and Monday.
Temperatures will reach 18 to 24 degrees C (65 to 75 degrees F), which would imply readings at least 6 to 10 degrees C (11 to 18 degrees F) above normal.