The coming days will be getting warmer. We rest from storms, but not for long

Illustrative image for the article WEATHER: The coming days will be getting warmer.  We rest from storms, but not for long

Source: TASR / Roman Hanc

After a series of stormy days, which brought dangerous side effects and local floods, especially during the past weekend, we have calmer weather.

After a series of stormy days, which brought dangerous side effects and local floods, especially during the past weekend, we have calmer weather.

Illustrative image for the article WEATHER: The coming days will be getting warmer.  We rest from storms, but not for long

Source: TASR / Roman Hanc

From the northwest, a protrusion of higher air pressure is being pushed into our area. In Slovakia we will have stable, mostly clear to semi-cloudy weather with a minimum of precipitation and pleasant temperatures. It will not be extremely hot.

There will be no extreme heat

“In Slovakia, we will have stable, mostly clear to semi-cloudy weather with a minimum of precipitation and pleasant temperatures up to +30 ° C. It can be said that it will be one degree warmer every day, “ informs iMeteo.sk.

Thursday it will be a degree warmer. The temperature rises to +28 ° C. It will be clear to partly cloudy. With the coming weekend, temperatures will also start to rise more significantly, which will be taken care of by the influx of warm and humid air.

The end of the weekend

V Friday the temperature rises to +30 ° C and on Saturday to + 32 ° C. Sunday will be even warmer to +33 ° C, but from the west the clouds will start to increase and in the afternoon there may be showers and storms.

“After last stormy weekend, a sunnier and warmer weekend awaits us now, but on Sunday afternoon, the coming idyll may be disrupted by incoming storms,” supplied by iMeteo.sk.

Storms and floods have plagued almost all of Europe. See in the gallery what the Danube looked like in our capital.

Illustration photo, TASR

Elevated level of the Danube 19. 7. 2021

Source: TASR / Dano Veselský

Source: iMeteo.sk

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