A cold front will bring rain on Tuesday, but mostly sunny weather is expected from Wednesday


After Monday’s sunny weather, a cold front with strong winds will bring rain on Tuesday, but Wednesday, All Saints’ Day, is expected to be mostly sunny with peak temperatures between 14 and 20 degrees Celsius. In the second half of the week, the mild, but changeable, windy autumn weather will continue, and on Friday there may be rain again in several places – according to the national medium-term forecast of the National Meteorological Service.

On Monday morning, in the early morning, the weather will also clear in the northern valleys, the clouds will break up and you can generally expect cloudy weather with lots of sunshine and no precipitation. In the morning, there is a small chance that thicker cloud blocks may drift over the country from the west, from which light precipitation cannot be ruled out. The south and south-west winds are accompanied by strong, sometimes stormy gusts in a large area, especially in the North Transdanubia. The highest daytime temperature is mostly between 19 and 24 degrees, but it can be a few degrees lower in the northern valleys.

On Tuesday, as a result of a cold front, cloudiness will increase everywhere from the west, and the sun may shine for a longer time in only a few places. Rain, showers and thunderstorms are expected in several places. In many places, the wind will be brisk, strong from the south, then turning to the northwest, temporary stormy gusts may also occur in the vicinity of thunderstorms. By dawn, the air usually cools down to between 12 and 18 degrees, but in the less cloudy regions of the northeast, values may be several degrees lower. The maximum temperature is expected to be between 17 and 25 degrees.

On All Saints’ Day, Wednesday morning, the cloudiness will decrease everywhere, the precipitation will stop, during the day, mostly sunny weather is expected, mainly in the northeastern part of the country with cumulus clouds, at which point there may be a shower only in the northeast. From the late afternoon, a continuous veil cloud will arrive from the southwest. In the north-eastern half of the country, the west and north-west wind is accompanied by lively, strong gusts, which gradually turn south and moderate in the second half of the day. The minimum temperature is between 4 and 11 degrees, and the maximum value is between 14 and 20 degrees.

On Thursday morning, fog and stratus clouds may form, mainly in the north and northeast, the greater part of which will disperse, after which cloud blocks of varying thickness moving from southwest to northeast will disturb and filter the sunshine. Significant precipitation is unlikely. The south-east and south winds will revive in a large area, with the exception of the north-east landscapes, especially in North Transdanubia. The minimum is likely to be between 4 and 10 degrees, but at the same time, the temperature may drop to near freezing in less cloudy and cold-sensitive areas. By early afternoon, the air warms up to between 15 and 21 degrees, but it can be one or two degrees cooler in the more persistently cloudy regions of the northeast.

On Friday, the sky will become cloudy in an increasingly large area from the west, and rain and showers are expected in more and more places, and in some places a significant amount may fall. The extensive cloud and precipitation zone will reach the southeastern and eastern landscapes at the latest, where there is a greater chance of some sunshine. Strong, sometimes stormy gusts may accompany the south and southeast wind in many places. In the morning, the air will cool down to 3-14 degrees, it will be colder in the northeast. The maximum temperature is likely to be between 14 and 23 degrees, with lower values in the west and higher values in the southeast.

Cloudiness may become more intermittent on Saturday, there is a chance for longer sunny periods. At the same time, the tendency for precipitation also decreases, it can rain in fewer places during the day. The southerly wind will strengthen in some places in a large area, and stormy gusts may also occur in some places. The temperature is expected to rise from 6-14 degrees in the morning to between 12 and 19 degrees.

On Sunday, there is a prospect of very cloudy or overcast weather, with rain and showers likely again in many places. The southerly wind may still be accompanied by strong, sometimes stormy gusts in several places. 5-13 degrees in the morning and 11-19 degrees in the afternoon.


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