Snow, sleet and rain will occur in many regions of Poland over the next few days. At the turn of the week we will see significant temperature differences between the coldest and warmest places, after which it will cool down everywhere and frost will appear in some parts of the country. The forecast also shows gusty winds.
Mostly cloudy weather is forecast for Sunday. A system of atmospheric fronts will move from the west to the east of the country, bringing snowfall, turning into sleet and rain. Snow will fall quite heavily temporarily and will fall up to 10 centimeters. The maximum temperature will range from 0 degrees Celsius in the Suwałki region to 10 degrees C in Lower Silesia and 11 degrees C in the Lubusz region. The wind will be weak and moderate, sometimes gusting to 40-60 kilometers per hour, southeast.
On Monday, it will be cloudy in most of the country with rainfall, and on Masuria and Podlasie falls with sleet and snow. The thermometers will show a maximum of 0 degrees C in the Suwałki region to 11 degrees C in Lower Silesia and the Lubusz region. There will be a weak and moderate west wind.
Snow and frost
Tuesday will also be cloudy. Rainfall will occur in most of Poland, and snow will fall in the Podlasie region. The maximum temperature will reach from -2 degrees C in Podlasie to 7 degrees C in Lower Silesia. There will be light and moderate winds, from varying directions.
Wednesday will bring variable cloud cover in most of the country. It will be cloudy with snowfall in Podkarpacie. Thermometers will show a maximum of -3 degrees C in Podlasie to 3 degrees C in the Szczecin Lowland. The north wind will be light and moderate.
Strong wind on Thursday
Thursday will be very cloudy, but there will also be some clear showers. There will be rainfall in the north and center of Poland, and in some places also sleet. The maximum temperature will range from 0 degrees C in Podkarpacie to 7 degrees C in the Szczecin Lowland. There will be a southwesterly, moderate and quite strong wind, sometimes gusting at speeds of up to 60-80 km/h, gusts may exceed 90 km/h in the coastal zone.
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