PUBLISHED: 21:27, Tue, Oct 1, 2019 | UPDATED: 21:31, Tue, Oct 1, 2019
BBC Weather presenter Matt Taylor explained that much of Europe would see temperatures plummet after relatively warm weather in the region. The weather forecaster explained that parts of southern Europe would also experience some torrential downpours and rainstorms over the coming days. Despite southeastern Europe seeing hot humid temperatures, the wet and cold weather is expected to eventually move through to these areas.
Mr Taylor also noted that the UK could expect some disruption from the remnants of Hurricane Lorenzo.
He said: “In southeast Europe some heat and humidity on the way tomorrow but elsewhere cooler.
“Way out into the west we are watching a decaying hurricane, Hurricane Lorenzo.
“It will potentially bring some damaging winds and also dangerous seas over the next few days."
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BBC Weather forecasted a drop in temperature and heavy rain across Europe (Image: BBC)
Central Europe will see a sharp decline in temperature Wednesday (Image: BBC)
The BBC Weather forecaster continued: “Across the northwest of Europe we have already got weather fronts and they will work their way southwards and eastwards