Are you planning an excursion for the weekend? You should time it for tomorrow.
Last week, it was so cold that some big Hungarian lakes, like Lake Balaton or Lake Tisza, froze.
Last weekend, the wind was so strong that the damage it caused reached HUF 1 billion (EUR 2.8 million).
Yesterday morning, a thin layer of snow covered Debrecen in Eastern Hungary.
Today, there is a chance that it might snow in some parts of the country, but it seems that by Friday, spring will arrive.
Hungary experiences turbulent weather these days. Experts say that it is because of climate change. According to the weather forecast of index.hu, on Thursday afternoon, there were clouds in many parts of the country. Above the eastern, northeastern counties, the layers of cloud will be thicker, but there will be no precipitation.
The temperature will be around 4-9 degrees Celsius. Moreover, we will not experience strong winds anywhere in Hungary. In Eastern Hungary, the clouds will disappear by Friday morning.
On Friday, cloudy and sunny periods will alternate in most parts of Hungary, MTI writes. We should expect southwestern winds. The lowest temperatures will be between -3 and +3 °C, while the highest temperatures will reach between 6 and 13 °C. In the east, there will be fewer sunny hours. By Friday noon, one should expect snow there, too.
However, according to idokep.hu, a new cold front will hit Hungary on Saturday. As a result, the wind will be stormy, but it will not bring any precipitation.
Therefore, if you have planned a trip anywhere, or just a walk in nature, you should time it for tomorrow.
Source: index.hu, idokep.hu, MTI