Last week Hungary’s South-West part enjoyed a bit of fall weather, with temperatures rising above 10 degrees Celsius, in the meantime the North-East parts were covered in fog with some December cold. This is due to a cyclone which developed in Great Britain’s region brought mild Mediterranean air to the Carpathian Basin.
Throughout the week the cyclone brought daylong rains ling with some sunlight. The strong winds of Monday are the sign of a newer change in weather: from the west, the clouds will slowly disappear, and the sun will appear here and there next to the stormy winds, rains will last longer in the North-East region of Hungary, wrote 24.hu.
Christmas Eve is expected to have strong winds and a temperature of 5-10 degrees Celsius, some sunshine and cloud drifts.
Christmas Day will go by similarly, with some sporadic showers. In the North-East mountains, snow could fall in the early morning and late-night hours. In the central and western regions, the North-West wind will be strong. Temperatures are expected to be between 5 and 11 degrees Celsius during the day.
Is predicted to be sunny, rain showers may only occur in few places. The windy weather will stay, and the highest temperatures will be around 4-8 degrees Celsius.
The winds will die down after Christmas, and the temperatures will drop a few degrees. Showers of rain and snow may occur in the East and North-East, according to szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu.
Because of the many, ever-changing conditions and factors that play into weather forecasts, a prediction for the next to weeks is somewhat uncertain, but based on current models, László Molnár meteorologist says that the last days of December will be variable and windy, and January will bring real winter.
Beginning with January 7 severe frost and massive snowfalls are expected nationwide, so anyone looking forward to sledging and snowman-building may get their chance early next year.
Source: 24.hu, szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu