Cool and capricious weather for July, at least in some parts of the country, will last until Tuesday. Sunday is going to be the coldest. However, the very warm and even hot air will return in the middle of next week. Then we can also expect a larger portion of the sun.
Poland remains under the influence of cloudy and cool lowlands from Scandinavia. Two atmospheric fronts are moving over the country, bringing checkered weather, showers and storms. Cool, moist polar sea air flows from the North Atlantic Ocean, reports Arleta Unton-Pyziołek, the weather forecast for tvnmeteo.pl.
On Tuesday, Poland will begin to reach the reach of the serene highland from the south-western part of Europe, which will draw hot air masses from the north of Africa. This means more lightening and a gradual increase in temperature. The heat will return in the second half of the month.
Weather forecast for Sunday and Monday
The second day of the weekend, i.e. Sunday it will be marked by moderate to heavy clouded cloud cover with showers of 10-20 liters per square meter. Hail storms will occur in the north and east of the country. Only in the south-western part of Poland will there be no rainfall. The maximum temperature will be from 17 degrees Celsius in Upper Silesia and Małopolska, through 18 degrees C in the center of the country, up to 20 degrees C in Western Pomerania and the Lubuskie Region. The winds will be north-westerly and westerly, light to moderate, fairly strong at times. During storms it blows strongly, with gusts reaching speeds of up to 80 kilometers per hour.
In Monday the situation will remain largely unchanged. Ahead of us is cumulus and moderate cloudiness, which will increase to much. There will be rainfall of up to 5-20 l / sq m. and storms. Without rainfall, the first day of the week promises to be only in Western Pomerania and the Lubuskie Region. Thermometers will show a maximum of 17 degrees C in Podkarpacie, through 19 degrees C in the center of the country, to 22 degrees C in Lower Silesia and the Lubuskie Region. North-west, weak and moderate winds will blow, with periods quite strong, strong during storms, with gusts up to 80 km / h.
Changes in the weather for the following week. It will be getting warmer
Tuesday promises to be cloudy with clearances in the west and in the center of the country. In the east, showers of up to 5-10 l / sq m are to be expected, and thunderstorms are also possible there. The temperature will reach a maximum of 18 degrees C in the Suwałki region, through 20 degrees C in central regions, and up to 24 degrees C in the west. The wind will be north-west, moderate, with periods quite strong, with gusts up to 50-70 km / h. During storms it will blow strongly.
In Wednesday it will brighten almost all over Poland. Only in the north-east the cloud cover will be moderate and large, and there it rains briefly, up to 10 l / sq m. The thermometers will show a maximum of 22 degrees C in the Suwałki region, through 24 degrees C in the center, to 26 degrees C in the northwest. The wind is blowing from the west, moderately and sometimes quite strongly, with gusts accelerating to 50-70 km / h.
On Thursday there is little to moderate cloud cover. The maximum temperature will be from 23 degrees C in the Suwałki region and Warmia, through 26 degrees C in the center of the country, to 28 degrees C in Lower Silesia. Winds will be westerly and northwestern, light to moderate, fairly strong at times.
Main photo source: Ventusky, PAP / Radek Pietruszka