After the worst floods in 20 years in Europe in Germany and neighboring countries /https://mkweather.com/disastrous-balance-of-cataclysmic-floods-in-germany-162-dead-2000-still-missing//, severe storms have shifted eastward and the highest precipitation amounts among eastern continental Europe and Balkan were reported from Croatia on Friday, 16. July 2021.
In Nova Gradiška, 166 mm fell only in 6 hours (or 159 mm in 6 hours according to ESWD) on Friday, and the region was immediately flooded.
Severe storms were having problems in Czechia, Poland, Lithuania, Slovakia, Hungary, Austria, Slovenia, or Italy, too, with regional damages.
During the next period, more than a month-lasting heatwave in Balkan will be interrupted by a severe storm round - flash floods, hailstorms, gusting storms or even local tornadoes are possible across the peninsula in the next few days according to wxcharts forecast tool.
Storms are forecasted too for Italy, Ukraine, Belarus, Hungary, but still for the Alpine region, too.
The worst situation should be in Serbia and Romania, where is the possibility of floods the highest.
According to the GFS model, deadly heatwaves will quickly return above the Balkan and will be even stronger, with a possibility of +45°C in Balkan and Greece between 25. July and 1. August 2021.