There will be a lot of sunshine on the weekend, with only occasional rainfall expected. Peak values are still around 25 degrees Celsius, and in many places, values can reach 30 degrees, according to the National Meteorological Service’s national medium-term forecast, which was submitted to the MTI on Thursday.
The sunny weather will remain on Friday, there will be few clouds in the sky. No precipitation is expected. In Transdanubia, the air movement may pick up, but elsewhere it will remain mostly moderate. The lowest temperatures are typically between 6 and 14 degrees but can be colder in some places. Daytime maxima range from 24 to 28 degrees.
There will be plenty of sunshine on Saturday as well. Precipitation is usually unlikely, but in the afternoon and evening, a shower or thunderstorm may drift to the foothills of the Alps. The minimum temperature is usually between 7 and 14 degrees, but it can be colder in the northeastern valleys and on the sand ridges. Peak temperatures are expected between 24 and 29 degrees.
The sun shines for several hours on Sundays, but especially in the western and north-western counties the formation of cumulus clouds may be stronger and in some places, there may be showers, possibly a thunderstorm. In the Little Plain, the wind sometimes comes to life. It will usually be 8-15 degrees at dawn, but it can be colder in the northeastern valleys or on the sand ridges. During the day, the air heats up to 24-29 degrees – read the forecast.