Second-degree warnings have already been issued in Veszprém and Fejér county. At the total station in Kab-hegy, winds of 121.7 km/h were measured Monday morning.
Several parts of Veszprém and Fejér county were given second-degree alerts because of the stormy winds early Monday afternoon, reported szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu.
According to the National Meteorological Service’s hazard alerts in Budapest, Pest, Baranya, Bács-Kiskun, Győr-Moson-Sopron, Komárom-Esztergom, Somogy, Tolna, Vas and Zala counties, first-degree alerts are intact due to the wind.
Until Tuesday early afternoon rains, with stormy north-west winds are expected in several places in Transdanubia and central Hungary. The most forceful blows of wind are expected to be between 60-80 km/h, but mainly in the Transdanubian mountains and near Balaton winds of 90-100 km/h can occur until Tuesday morning.
By Tuesday afternoon, the wind will have subsided everywhere.
On both days of Christmas, several hours of sunshine are expected. Showers can occur sporadically on Wednesday, but on Thursday they may appear in few places, mostly in the mountains, where even snow could fall. The north-west wind will be intense both days in Transdanubia and in the central counties.