On Friday, the Corvin high above France will take over the weather in Poland. As tvnmeteo.pl forecaster Arleta Unton-Pyziołek explained, it will bring clear skies in parts of the country, but residents of some regions should prepare for snowfall. Even storms are possible in places.
As tvnmeteo.pl forecaster Arleta Unton-Pyziołek reported, the Farima and Gertrud low-pressure systems from Scandinavia with the center moving towards the Balkans are moving away from our country.
These centers give way to the Corvin High with its center over western France. It brings an increase in pressure and a gradual decline in snowfall in southern Poland. However, the high pressure will bring a cold front from the Baltic Sea over the northern regions of the country, bringing fleeting snow from Western Pomerania to the Suwałki region. Cold and quite humid Arctic air flows over our country from the north-west.
What will Friday bring?
Friday will bring moderate to heavy clouds. Thermometers will show from -3 degrees Celsius in Podlasie and Upper Silesia, through -1 degrees C in the center of the country, to 1 degree C in Western Pomerania. The wind will be southwesterly, moderate, quite strong at times, gusting to 50-60 kilometers per hour, in the north up to 70 km/h.
As Kamil Walczak, a forecaster from the Central Forecast Office of the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, pointed out, it is possible that there are storms.
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