“Single figure temperatures” and a “very active set of weather fronts” are painting an increasingly “unsettled” picture for Europe this week. BBC Meteorologist Phil Avery warned of the “potential for flooding” in areas where weather systems are producing a lot of rain. Europe will see as much as “150mm of rain” produced in certain parts. BBC Weather: Big freeze hits Europe with ‘heavy snow’ Weather forecast warning: ‘Attack on Polar Vortex’ as temps plummet Mr Avery told viewers: “It’s not all plain sailing by any means at all. “We’ve got a very active set of weather fronts. “They’re gradually working their way into the heart of Europe down into the heart of the Mediterranean. “Following on behind, a lull in proceedings, and that’s all it is.” He continued: “Because once this system crashes its way into parts of France, Biscay and northern parts of Iberia, then it will turn very wet and very windy. “The eastern Mediterranean, Turkey and the Aegean looking finally settled at the moment. “But an area of cloud and rain […]