Stormy Week for Western Europe

By Eric Leister, Meteorologist
February 27, 2014; 1:35 AM ET
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Rounds of showers and gusty winds will continue to impact western Europe through the rest of this week.

The storm train continued Wednesday night as a cold front blastedacross Ireland and the United Kingdom, bringing a period of strong to locally damaging winds along with downpours.

The front will also bring rainfall to France and northern Spain through Thursday.

Behind the front, gusty winds will continue across Ireland and the United Kingdom on Thursday with scattered showers.

Yet another storm will arrive Thursday night with more rain expected in southern Ireland, Wales and southern England, spreading into northern France overnight.

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This storm will continue to produce widespread rain across England and France on Friday along with locally strong winds.

While this storm drops into Italy on Saturday, yet another storm will bring another round of rain and gusty winds to western Europe.

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