Severe storms with floods hit in last days not only Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, eastern France, Poland or England /https://mkweather.com/germany-the-netherlands-belgium-and-luxembourg-hit-severe-storms-with-floods/; https://mkweather.com/poland-should-see-37-38c-on-wednesday-14-july-2021-nowy-sadz-after-floods-625-mm-72-hours-2021/; https://mkweather.com/flooded-london-after-478-mm-24-hours//, but very bad situation was reported from Switzerland or northern Italy, too.
In Robeisi, Switzerland, 209,4 mm fell in 48 hours from Tuesday to Wednesday, 13.-14. July 2021, in Cevio 139,6 mm, in Guetsch 119,4 mm (from Monday to Tuesday, 12.-13. July), in Andermatt 109,9 mm (Monday, Tuesday), in Locarno Monti 100,4 mm (Monday, Tuesday), in Piotta 100,1 mm (Monday, Tuesday), in Goeschenen 101,6 mm (Monday, Tuesday), in Disentis 92,2 mm (Tuesday, Wednesday), in Cimetta 89,2 mm (Modnay, Tuesday), in Binn 84,5 mm (Monday, Tuesday), in Reckenholz 86,1 mm (Tuesday, Wednesday), in Altdorf 79,8 mm (Tuesday, Wednesday) or in Ulrichen 75,9 mm (Tuesday, Wednesday) in 48 hours.
Storms brought severe wind gusts up to 120 km/h in the Alps (Gornergrat) and 106 km/h in lower elevated populated areas (Rockenholz, 443 MASL).
The most damages were reported from the Zurich region, northern Switzerland, and the Lugano region, southern parts of the country.
According to some meteorologists, Switzerland suffered one of its heaviest rainfalls on record during a thunderstorm that caused flooding and travel chaos on Tuesday in, Zurich.
According to some sources, regional storm systems were the worst in a few decades.
While storms in Switzerland were associated with mainly heavy rainfall and gusting winds, in Italy appeared severe winds and large hail/the next article/.
Severe storms hit to parts of Czechia, Austria, Poland, Slovakia, and Hungary.
Long-term storm forecast for Europe you will find here: https://mkweather.com/storm-forecast-for-europe-until-the-end-of-july-2021-continental-europe-under-a-storm-attack/.