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The hurricane will arrive on Wednesday, which according to the National Weather Service forecast will provide significant cooling to our area.
In the second half of the week it will be deficient during the day, and at dawn it will be about 20 minutes.
The tepid air of Siberian origin has been accumulating over the northern and northeastern parts of Europe for more than a week, and the temperature there has not risen above 15 degrees below zero or minus 20 degrees Celsius in previous days.In Central Europe, a series of hurricanes caused rainy but usually mild weather, with only temporary snow falling instead of rain. The cyclone, which arrived on Wednesday, has already drawn large amounts of cold air into the Carpathian Basin from the coldest regions of the continent with a flow system. By the end of the week, the frozen air mass will not only engulf Hungary, but the whole of Central Europe, and even the Balkans and the Apennine Peninsula.
The cold air arrives in Hungary at dawn on Thursday. By this time, most of the precipitation system is already leaving the country. Partly in the northwest and then northeast parts of the country, there is a possibility that a few centimeters of snow will form on Thursday. Heavy rain is not expected anywhere on Friday.
Very strong frosts in the morning require three factors: snow cover, clear skies, and poor air movement. These three conditions are likely to be met simultaneously in the north-central mountain valleys, so morning values around minus 20 degrees can be expected in this area over the weekend.
The supply of tepid air from the north will stop by early next week, and a calm atmosphere will be created in central Europe.
Hence, rapid warming is unlikely. However, the temperature will rise gradually during the day mainly due to the large amount of sunlight. Based on the current forecast, there are no clear signals of an approaching spring. (Across MTI)
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