Weather for today: Tuesday, November 28, it will be snowy in parts of the country. Thermometers will show between -4 and 2 degrees Celsius. The wind will pick up at times. We will feel cold, and the biomete is looking unfavorable everywhere.
Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with some showers. Snowfall of 1-6 centimeters will occur in the southern and central regions. It may also rain in Pomerania, but the rainfall will not exceed one centimeter. The temperature will range from -4 degrees Celsius in Podlasie to 2 degrees Celsius in Podkarpacie. The wind will be light and moderate, mainly north-eastern and eastern.
Biometeo conditions – Tuesday, November 28
Air humidity will be very high throughout Poland on Tuesday, exceeding 90 percent. We will feel cold and the biometeo conditions will be unfavorable.
Weather for today – Gdańsk, Gdynia, Sopot
Tuesday in GdańskSopot and Gdynia will be cloudy with heavy snowfall. Thermometers will indicate up to -2 degrees C. There will be a weak and moderate north wind. Barometers will show 1001 hPa at noon.
Today’s weather – Krakow
Tuesday in Krakow it will turn out to be cloudy with snowfall. The maximum temperature will be 1 degree Celsius. There will be a weak and moderate north-easterly wind. At noon, the barometers will indicate 965 hPa.
Today’s weather – Poznań
For Poznań cloudy weather is forecast, snow will fall in the afternoon. Thermometers will indicate up to -1 degrees C. There will be a weak and moderate north-easterly wind. The pressure is falling and will reach 988 hPa at noon.
Today’s weather – Warsaw
Tuesday in in Warsaw it will be cloudy, with snowfall in the afternoon. Thermometers will indicate a maximum of -2 degrees Celsius. There will be a weak and moderate north-easterly wind. The pressure is dropping and will reach 986 hPa at noon.
Today’s weather – Wrocław
In Wrocław, it will be cloudy on Tuesday and snowfall is expected. The maximum temperature will reach -1 degrees C. A weak and moderate wind will blow from the north-east. The pressure at noon will reach 982 hPa and will drop.
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