Due to a weak cold front, the sunny weather may be temporarily disturbed by clouds today, but only in a few places may showers and thunderstorms appear. 14-20°C in the morning and 29-35°C is expected in the afternoon.
The National Meteorological Service has issued a country-wide alert: most counties are warned of thunderstorms. In the other half of the country, the warning was issued due to extreme heat.
Met writes that there may be some thunderstorms in the country on Wednesday. The lowest chance of their occurrence is in the Southern Great Plain; the highest probability is in Western Transdanubia and the Northern Central Mountains.
According to Index, there will be a lot of sunshine on Thursday; only a few veil clouds or cumulus can appear in the sky. No significant precipitation is expected. In some places, northerly winds may pick up. The temperature will be around 12–19°C at dawn and 27–33°C in the afternoon.
On Friday, we can expect mostly sunny weather. A short-term rain or a thunderstorm is only likely in a few Western spots. The peak temperature will be between 28 and 34°C.
On Saturday, the main role will be played by the sun, only rarely will a running shower or thunderstorm develop. In the north and the northwest, the southwest wind can pick up. 30-35°C is to be expected in the afternoon.
On Sunday, there may be more clouds, especially in the west and north, accompanied by scattered showers and thunderstorms. South-southwest winds will pick up in several places; the temperature will be around 30-36°C.
Source: Index, MET