UPDATED MARCH 1st.
Due to a lack of information, the Weather Centre mostly based this forecast off of this past winter's forecast, as well as El Nino comparisons to La Nina in Europe.
The Weather Centre is anticipating a fairly similar season to the last winter. In the way of temperatures, The Weather Centre believes that lingering winter cold will exist for a short period, then the remainder of spring should be average to slightly below average. The North and Northwest sections of Europe may be under a slightly above average temperature period to moderately above average. Below is the official Weather Centre Temperature Graphic.
In the way of Precipitation, above normal precipitation should exist across the Southern portion of Europe. It will be very similar to this last winter, but the swath of heaviest precipitation should be farther south and more spread out. The Below normal temperatures will be in the north Europe sections. However, bursts of above normal precipitation is possible in North Europe, and especially in Northwest Europe. Below is the official Precipitation map.