Due to the danger of tin rain, the National Meteorological Service (OMSZ) issued first-degree alerts for several northwestern districts. Snow is expected in some places on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Light tin rain in Győr-Moson-Sopron, Vas and Veszprém counties in the evening on Tuesday – wrote the OMSZ in a warning sent to MTI until Wednesday night.
A precipitation zone arrives from the northwest. In the north-west, light rainfall may occur at first, followed by snowfall.
On Tuesday night, a maximum of about 2 centimeters of snow is usually expected in the northeastern half of the country. At the northern border, in the Northern Great Plain and Trans-Tisza, on the other hand, slightly more snow cover can be formed in Szabolcs and Bereg, as well as in the mountains, up to 5 centimeters thicker.
During Wednesday, further significant snowfall (up to a few centimeters of fresh snow) can only occur in the Trans-Tisza region, but in the northeast, more snowfall can occur locally.
During the day, the intensifying, sometimes stormy north-west winds during the day can cause weak snowstorms in the Transdanubian and Northern Central Mountains.
Most of the day on Wednesday is forecast to shine for several hours in addition to cloud passages. Minimum temperatures between minus 5 and 0 degrees Celsius are likely. Daytime maximums range from plus 1-5 degrees, OMSZ said.
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