The clutches of the cold loosen – the thaw will gradually prevail

In the southeast of the country, the cold will ease more slowly due to higher pressures. In the middle of the week, the cold will be more vigorously defended by a cyclone approaching from the west with precipitation and stronger winds. As of Thursday, the weather will thaw.

On Monday, the sky will already be more densely covered with clouds. The thickest clouds will be concentrated in the southwest. There will be a lot of snow here, more snow on the coast. A colder day will remain on the southeast side of the country about 13-15 degrees below zero, warmer on the west, about 9-11 degrees, and on the Curonian Spit up to 5 degrees below zero. The wind in most parts of the country will be weak, only on the western edge of the country will it strengthen to medium.

It will also light snow on Tuesday night, mostly in the western and southern areas. Southeast wind will be strong during the day. At night on the southeast side of the country it will still freeze to 19-22 degrees, elsewhere the temperature range from 10 to 16 degrees cold, during the day it will be from 8 to 13 degrees cold.

Rokas Lukoševičius / 15min photo / Siberian street in Vilnius

It shouldn’t snow on Wednesday night. As the cyclone approaches, strong southeast winds will occur in the western areas. The temperature will drop to 15-20 degrees below zero when clear. During the day, when warmer air starts to penetrate, it will start to snow, and the wind will blow in many places. The temperature slowly rises. On the eastern side of the country, the cold will ease to 5-8 degrees, and on the western edge, thaw will begin in the evening.

On Thursday night, further heat with precipitation will penetrate east. In the morning, thaw will prevail all over the country, the precipitation will move away. During the day precipitation is no longer expected, the temperature will rise to 1-4 degrees.

On the other days of the week, the melting weather will mostly continue at soft intervals with precipitation.

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