The typically sunny summer weather will continue over the weekend: on Sunday, August 20th, the hottest temperature can be as high as 30-35 degrees.
Light showers and thunderstorms may still occur during the weekend, according to the national medium-term forecast of the National Meteorological Service.
On Friday, in addition to strong cumulus clouds, the sun will shine for several hours, and scattered showers and thunderstorms, which may be accompanied by downpours, are expected. Winds in variable directions will remain moderate, but stormy gusts may occur in the vicinity of thunderstorms. The highest daytime temperature is between 28 and 34 degrees. On Saturday, after the end of the mist and fog spots that formed during the night, you can usually expect a lot of sunshine with cumulus and veil clouds, and there may be showers and thunderstorms in places. For the most part, the air movement will remain weak, but the wind may strengthen in the vicinity of thunderstorms. The temperature in the morning is usually between 17 and 22 degrees, and in places prone to cold, it can be expected to be below 17 degrees. The peak value is likely between 29 and 34 degrees. On Sunday, sunny weather is expected, mostly with a few cumulus and veil clouds. Rain and thunderstorms may occur in some places in the northeastern and eastern regions. For the most part, the air movement remains moderate. The minimum temperature is usually between 18 and 23 degrees, and in certain places it can be expected to be slightly below 18 degrees. The peak value is likely between 30 and 35 degrees.