The weather will turn rainy during the holiday weekend, cooling down, severe thunderstorms, and stormy winds are to be expected – according to the national, medium-term forecast of the National Meteorological Service.
On Friday, more and more thick cloud blocks will drift over the country from the west, and first in the western and then in the central regions, there may be more and more heavy showers and thunderstorms, and in places there may be downpours and hail. Further east, however, more sunshine is likely, and the chance of precipitation is small. The wind can be brisk and strong in a larger area, and stormy gusts can also occur in the vicinity of thunderstorms. The lowest temperature can usually be expected between 19 and 24 degrees, only in places sheltered from the wind can it be cooler. The highest temperature is likely to be between 34 and 40 degrees, but lower values can be measured mainly in Western Transdanubia.
On Saturday, August 20th, the formation of cumulus clouds will be strong, from which showers, thunderstorms, downpours and hail will occur in several places. The most sunshine is expected in the eastern and northeastern parts of the country. The north, northwest wind will strengthen in a large area, and stormy gusts are also expected in thunderstorms. The minimum temperature is between 15 and 22 degrees, the maximum temperature is usually between 26 and 31 degrees, but in the northeast and east it can be 32-35 degrees.
On Sunday, the sky will be mostly cloudy, and rain, showers, thunderstorms, and occasional downpours are expected in many places. The wind is getting stronger in many places. The air typically warms up from 15-21 degrees in the morning to 20-25 degrees in the afternoon, but it can also be 26-30 degrees in regions with less precipitation – read the forecast.