BBC Weather Europe: Intense BOMB cyclone hurtling towards continent TONIGHT

BBC WEATHER has forecast while Severe weather EU has predicted a "bomb cyclone" is heading towards Europe Wednesday night.

PUBLISHED: 18:19, Wed, Feb 12, 2020 | UPDATED: 18:21, Wed, Feb 12, 2020

BBC Weather’s Helen Willets warned of severe warnings for storm conditions in northwest of Europe. Ms Willets said: “We’ve got bands of cloud, rain and snow as well as strong winds. This low pressure brings disruptive weather across the UK and snow in the Alps.”

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She continued: “The risk is still with us of some snowfall falling and there is an increased avalanche risk for parts of Turkey.

“More rain in France where we don’t need it. Snow in the Alpine region and rain and snow through the low countries.

“Temperatures are still above where they should be in many parts of Scandinavia.

“More wet and windy weather will roll in through Friday watching Storm Dennis brewing out in the Atlantic as well when that comes in on the weekend.

READ MORE: UK weather: Britons brace for up to 24cm of snow as Storm Dennis nears

BBC Weather EuropeBBC Weather has forecast while Severe weather EU has predicted a “bomb cyclone” (Image: GETTY/WXCHARTS)

BBC WeatherBBC Weather’s Helen Willets warned of severe warnings for storm conditions (Image: BBC )

“The weather remains very turbulent across the northern half of Europe and across towards Turkey as well.

“For Madrid and it’s a more settled picture.

“It’s warm and there’s almost spring-like feeling in the air.”

While Storm Dennis heads towards Europe, the churning weather front has been described as a “bomb cyclone”.

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