The changeable, spring weather continues: on Friday, temperatures between 15 and 20 degrees Celsius are expected with showers and thunderstorms in many places, then on Saturday the temperature will drop, and there may even be sleet and sleet. Precipitation is not likely on Sunday, but only 6 and 10 degrees are likely in the hottest hours, according to the national medium-term forecast of the National Meteorological Service.
On Friday, moderately cloudy weather with more or less sunshine is likely until the afternoon, and from the afternoon onwards, a more cloudy sky is likely. Showers and thunderstorms are expected in several places. The southerly wind will be brisk and in some places stronger, but there may also be strong or gusty gusts in the vicinity of the thunderstorms. The highest daytime temperature is usually between 15 and 20 degrees.
Mostly cloudy weather is expected until the morning on Saturday, cloud transitions can be expected during the day with more or less sunshine, but the sky may remain very cloudy in the northeast until the evening. Sporadic rain and showers are likely until the morning, mainly in the southern and eastern parts of the country, then from the afternoon showers, sleet, and snow showers may occur in the northeast, but there will be no significant precipitation elsewhere. The northwest wind is increasing to stormy in many places. The minimum temperature is usually between 3 and 8 degrees, and the maximum value is between 6 and 12 degrees.
On Sunday, in addition to longer and shorter periods of sunshine, a warm front may drift over the country with medium and high clouds. Precipitation is unlikely, the northwest and then southwest winds will pick up in places. By dawn, the air usually cools down to between minus 8 and 0 degrees, in the afternoon it can be 6 or 10 degrees.
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