The changeable weather will continue this week, at the beginning of the week, due to an incoming cold front, rain is expected, and in the second half of the week, more cloudy and overcast weather is expected, with rain and showers in many places. The highest daytime temperature is rising, 6-14 degrees is expected by Friday, according to the national medium-term forecast of the National Meteorological Service.
Visibility will gradually improve on Monday. The sky will be mostly cloudy or overcast, but the sun may shine for several hours in the southern and eastern regions of Transdanubia, as well as in the southern and western parts of the Great Plain. Occasional rain and drizzle may occur in the northeastern and eastern counties, and drizzle may also occur in foggy regions. Rain and showers are expected in more and more places in the northwestern half of the country from late afternoon to early evening. The southeast wind can be strong several times in Northern Transdanubia and in the central counties. The highest daytime temperature is most likely to be between 4 and 8 degrees, but in permanently sunny areas the air can warm up to between 9 and 12 degrees.
On Tuesday, the thick, continuous clouds of the cold front will gradually move eastward. Behind it, during the day, there may be weaker and more cloudy areas and periods. In the first half of the day, rain and showers are expected in many places, in the second half, the precipitation system will leave the country towards the east. Behind it, there may be less precipitation in some places, possibly mixed in the northwestern and northern counties. The south, then west, the northwest wind picks up in many places, 0.6 degrees in the morning and 4.9 degrees in the early afternoon.
By dawn on Wednesday, fog and stratus clouds may form in several places, but visibility will improve during the day. There can be both heavily cloudy, humid, and slightly cloudy, sunny landscapes. In some places, drizzle and light rain may occur, in the north-western and northern counties, especially on the mountain peaks, there may be mixed precipitation. The air movement will be mostly moderate, the temperature is likely to be between -4 and +4 in the morning and between 3 and 8 degrees in the early afternoon.
On Thursday, it will be mostly cloudy or overcast, humid weather will be typical, and sunny periods are expected in a few places. There can be foggy parts at night and in the morning. Drizzle and rain may occur in several places, in the north and northwest, and the weather may change in some places. The east, then southeast, and the south wind is sometimes accompanied by strong gusts. The temperature will be -6, +4 in the morning, and between 2 and 8 degrees in the early afternoon.
On Friday, we can expect mostly cloudy or overcast weather, with rain and showers possible in several places. At first, the southerly wind turns to the northwest, invigorates, and strengthens in some places. 0, +7 in the morning, 6, 14 degrees in the early afternoon, colder weather will be in the northeast.
On Saturday, the sky will be mostly cloudy or overcast, rain and showers are likely in several places, and mixed precipitation may fall later in the west and north. In many places, the northwest and north wind may strengthen, the minimum temperature is expected to be between 0 and +9, and the maximum between 3 and 12 degrees.
On Sunday, there is a prospect of more cloudy weather, precipitation may occur in several places, the state of which may be mixed. In many places, the northwest and west winds may strengthen, and the temperature may rise from -5, to +3 degrees in the morning to between 1 and 8 degrees.