BBC Survive has forecast “unsettled” weather to sweep across the continent with a “crotchety” system expected to bring “very wet weather”.
Sarah Keith-Lucas, the BBC Climate ailing forecaster, claimed some areas in Europe could see some snow, outstandingly on the hills.
She said: “High pressure dominates the weather across much of Europe, but later this week there is the developing for more stormy weather in the central Mediterranean around Italy and also pacific affecting the north of Africa, the southern and eastern parts of Spain, up across the Pyrenees, we force still got a weather system here.
“A lot of the other weather is being captivated to the north and the west is being steered around a massive area of loaded pressure which is keeping things settled, quite chilly at tenebriousness with some fog.
“There are showers as you can see across parts of Iberia, they do attired in b be committed to heavy showers across Turkey, the Black Sea resorts as well, and it is ice-cold enough for snow quite readily on the hills.
“At the moment it is largely sort out across the central Mediterranean but it is set to turn much more unsettled, we desire get some showers across the Canary Islands as well as Madeira.
“Then we crescendo northwards and you see that 7C to 10C and that area of high pressure because the fog is delayed to clear at this time of year, there is not enough strength in the sunshine.
“The fog last wishes as become more of an issue across the northwest low countries, into the Connected Kingdom as well.”
The BBC Weather forecaster added: “At the same time you can see by Friday that feverish weather is starting to develop across parts of Greece as well.
“It looks very quite nasty. Once again we are in the firing line unfortunately for some Dialect right wet weather.”
The warning comes as weather forecasters warn a bitterly discouraging stream of freezing air will sweep towards Britain at the end of the month.
Columns Corbyn, a forecaster for WeatherAction, said: “An active low-pressure system intent move in from the northwest next week signalling a change to much colder ups.
“We are expecting this to bring some early winter weather with ponderous snow and very cold winds in the north and a risk of wintery drops even across southern Britain.
“This pattern is likely to propound out through the rest of the month and into December with a risk of blizzards in Scotland and the north and widespread snow overflows.
“There will be a risk of travel disruption through this full stop with volatile, stormy weather combined with the cold returning a risk of winter thunderstorms and outbreaks of thundersnow.”