The weather will be changeable over the long weekend: light rain may occur in the western part of the country on Friday, showers and thunderstorms may occur sporadically on Saturday, cloudy and sunny weather is likely on Sunday and Monday. The temperature is rising, 23 degrees Celsius is expected in the hottest hours on Monday, according to the national medium-term forecast of the National Meteorological Service.
On Friday, the first half of the day will be mostly sunny with cumulus clouds, then the clouds will thicken from the west in the afternoon. Light rain may occur in the western half of Transdanubia. The south and south-easterly winds will pick up in Transdanubia, and may sometimes be accompanied by strong gusts. The highest daytime temperature in the afternoon is between 14 and 20 degrees.
On Saturday, the clouds will thin out from the west, break up, and cumulus clouds can be expected. Sporadic showers and thunderstorms may occur. The variable wind will remain mostly moderate. In the morning, the temperature will usually be between 4 and 10 degrees, and in the afternoon the air will warm up to 15-23 degrees.
Cloudy, sunny weather is expected on Sunday, scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible. The northerly wind in Transdanubia and the northeast may pick up from time to time. The minimum temperature is likely to be between 2 and 11 degrees, and the maximum temperature between 17 and 22 degrees. On Monday, May 1, there will usually be a lot of sunshine with cumulus clouds, with more and more veil clouds from the west, only occasional showers may develop. The east wind will pick up in many places, it will be 2-10 degrees in the morning and 18-23 degrees in the afternoon.