No snowfall is expected over the weekend in Hungary. However, on Monday snow is forecast in the mountains of the country. In general, however, the weather will remain as in recent days: spring-like and not at all one that is suitable for a January.
Snowfall is not expected for the rest of the weekend in Hungary. Sunday will remain mild for the season, with early spring-like weather in many places. It is worth taking advantage of the milder weather, as precipitation is expected in many places on Monday, Index warns.
On Sunday, the fog will lift during the day due to the increasing southerly winds, but may persist in the north. Sunshine is expected mainly in the south of the country. Temperatures will be between 5 and 8 degrees Celsius in the north and northeast and between 9 and 15 degrees Celsius elsewhere.
Early next week, on Monday morning, a Mediterranean cyclone will bring heavy rainfall to our region, with precipitation of over 20 millimetres in places. The cold front on the back of the cyclone will bring a few degrees cooler air. There will be no major changes in the weather, but in the Pilis and Börzsöny areas around the Danube Bend, the air may cool down to near freezing point, so snowfall is expected in these mountain ranges.
On the mountain tops, snowfall is expected on Dobogókő, Csóványos and Nagy-Hideg. Temperatures will also rise to between 5 and 12 degrees Celsius by early afternoon even with strong southerly winds after the morning showers. From the afternoon, the wind will turn north-northwest in the Transdanubian region.
A cold front will arrive on Tuesday, with rain in the east in the afternoon, and decreasing clouds from the west. Winds will be strong in many areas, gusty in Transdanubia. During the day, temperatures are expected to be between 4 and 9 degrees Celsius. On Wednesday, frost may occur in several places at dawn, but after that, the weather will ease again, according to Időkép.
Source: Index.hu, Időkép