A cold mass of polar maritime air flows into Poland. It is fast, felt in the form of a strong, cooling wind, said tvnmeteo.pl forecaster Arleta Unton-Pyziołek. In places, wind gusts reach speeds of 100 kilometers per hour.
Poland is located between the deep Tino low with its center over northern Scandinavia and the highly developed Verena high, stretching from the British Isles to the Balkans – tvnmeteo.pl forecaster Arleta Unton-Pyziołek reported on Monday morning. She added that a cold maritime polar air mass was flowing in from the north-west. The stream of fresh air from the North Atlantic is swift, felt as a gusty, cooling wind.
It’s raining in places
On Monday at 6 a.m. in the west and north of the country it is cloudy with more showers. There is rainfall in Pomerania, Warmia and in places in Kujawy, Mazovia and the Lublin region.
Thermometers on Kasprowy Wierch showed -7 degrees Celsius, on Śnieżka -5 degrees Celsius. The highest morning temperature was recorded in Warsaw, Toruń, and Opole – it was 7 degrees C.
The western wind is moderate, sometimes quite strong, with gusts of up to 50 kilometers per hour. In the interior of the country, gusts reach 70 km/h, and on the coast and high in the mountains, up to 100 km/h.
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