The late summer weather will be relatively warm next week, but there will also be rain. The week starts and ends wet.
Monday will not be as sunny early in the day as Sunday. A cold front from England will appear over our west in the morning. As a result, cloud cover increases from the west. It may also rain, especially on the coast.
During the afternoon the clouds will move back in from the west as well. A southerly (westerly) current will then begin, bringing temperatures to between 20 and 23 degrees once the sun appears.
The southerly wind direction will continue on Tuesday and Wednesday, which means slight changes in the weather picture. A high pressure area over Eastern Europe ensures we benefit from dry, stable weather in late summer. With temperatures ranging between 20 and 24 degrees in the afternoon, the weather will be warmer than usual for this time of year.
After Wednesday, the high pressure area over Eastern Europe will disappear, making low pressure areas from the west have a greater impact on our weather. On Wednesday evening and until Thursday night, clouds will thicken and rain may fall on the coast.
Thursday will be quieter at first, but more and more rain will fall during the day. We’ll also have to deal with that on Friday, but it won’t get any colder.
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