A cold front is expected to arrive in the last days of winter. The temperature may be as high as 20 degrees on Friday, but on Saturday, the peaks will only be around 10 degrees, with snowfall probable in the mountains.
According to the National Meteorological Service, we can expect clear, sunny weather on Friday, but in northern Transdanubia and in the north-eastern counties, the sun will only be visible in the late afternoon. Precipitation is unlikely.
Temperature is expected to be 15-20 degrees during the day, but in more permanently overcast, misty landscapes, it may be a few degrees cooler.
On Saturday, we will wake up to a cloudy sky and a cold front marching from north to south. However, several hours of sunshine can be expected during the day. Sporadic rain and showers may occur to the east of the Danube. Showers cannot be ruled out in the mountains either.
The wind will be lively in many places and very strong in others. During the day, it can be expected that the air heats up to 8-13 degrees.
Sunday brings less sunshine in the eastern and northeastern landscapes. No significant precipitation is expected, but showers may form in some parts of the eastern and northeastern counties. A minimum temperature of -4 to +2 and a maximum temperature of 7 to 12 degrees are likely, sums up Blikk.