Share this article:
Following a period of relatively warm and pleasant weather, a storm will swing from western Europe and into the North Sea through Monday.
Rounds of rain will inundate northern Portugal and northwestern Spain, while showers and thunderstorms sweep across northeastern Spain and southern France into Monday.
Sunday's weather is expected to be the most disruptive, with stormy conditions remaining in place over the Iberian Peninsula, while also spreading through much of France, Switzerland, western Austria and Germany.
"Severe storms are expected across far eastern France and western Germany into Sunday evening, with heavy rain, hail [and] gusts up to 50 mph (80 km/h) possible," warned AccuWeather Meteorologist Rob Richards.
Travel delays, localized flooding and some property damage will be possible in French cities such as Toulouse, Montpellier and Lyon, as well as Geneva, Bern and Zurich, Switzerland.
Residents and tourists should make sure to take shelter in a sturdy building at the first sign of threatening weather and to avoid traveling through flooded areas.
"While no widespread flooding is expected, Monday will be a wet day in northern France, Belgium and the Netherlands," Richards said.
'Pollution Pods' art exhibit sheds light on startling difference in air quality across the globe
Germany: Warm, potentially stormy weather to impact Munich's Springfest into Sunday
Numerous injuries reported after destructive earthquake strikes Turkey
Rounds of heavy rain will blow into Scandinavia on Monday.
Rain is expected to impact London on Sunday night and Monday, and it can be locally heavy at times.
Drier weather is expected to arrive by Wednesday from northern France to Germany; however, a new storm could bring heavy rainfall to areas from southern France to Italy.
Comments that don't add to the conversation may be automatically or manually removed by Facebook or AccuWeather. Profanity, personal attacks, and spam will not be tolerated.
While rain will become much less widespread and generally subside over Texas into Sunday, the threat of more heavy rain and renewed flooding is not over for the Lone Star State.
With the northeastern United States facing gusty winds, plummeting temperatures and even snow this weekend, residents may be wondering how long the taste of winter will last.
Vicente and Willa, which is expected to become a major hurricane, will combine to bring a one-two tropical punch to southwestern and western Mexico next week.
One of the most famous meteor showers of the year is set to reach its peak this weekend as the Orionids will be visible in the night sky.
Homes were flooded and more than two dozen people had to be rescued from their cars as torrential rain triggered flooding in eastern Spain late this week.
Some of the most memorable World Series moments were weather-related.
Locally gusty winds will contribute to an elevated risk of wildfire ignition and spread across parts of Southern California through Saturday.
Snow dusted parts of New York up to Canada this week while Texas dealt with major, deadly flooding.