Thankfully, we will not have to go without snow this winter. Especially the eastern part of Hungary is affected by the snow.
In some places, the snowfall lasted all day long on Saturday. Thanks to this, many of us were able to take beautiful pictures of the snow-covered scenery.
According to Időkép.hu, the precipitation zone of a shallow cyclone has reached our country from the southeast. It is causing snowfall in the east and southeast.
After Saturday’s snowfall in the east, the western part of the country can expect rain or even sleet.
“In misty, overcast areas, snow showers and sleet are expected in the morning. In the northeastern counties, there is a small chance of precipitation, with clouds filtering the sunshine,”
reports Országos Meteorológiai Szolgálat (National Meteorological Service).
As Telex wrote earlier, temperatures may rise from -10 to -5 degrees Celsius in the morning to -2 to +4 degrees Celsius.
This snowfall is especially a surprise considering the spring-like weather this year started with. A few days ago, we reported that the temperature was record high for this time of the year. The daily record was 15 degrees Celsius.
That is a difference of as much as 25 degrees Celsius.
However cold and snowy this weekend was, starting from Monday (10 January), we can expect drier weather, according to Kiderül.hu. Although the nights will remain frosty, we can expect the weather during the day to be milder than usual.
Clouds will disappear in most parts of the country, with mostly only thin ones remaining in the sky. However, in the southern and western counties, some areas may remain more cloudy. As Kiderül.hu reported, by dawn on Monday, temperatures will be mostly between -7 and +1 degrees Celsius. It could be much colder in snow-covered, windless areas.
Significant precipitation is unlikely, and winds from the north and northeast will increase in some places.
Source: Telex, 24.hu, met.hu, Időkép.hu, Kiderül.hu