The hot summer says goodbye to Poland. Bad news for some holidaymakers

Last week’s hot summer is moving away from Poland. Especially in the north of the country, the last days of July will be cooler. There will also be occasional storms and rain, but they will not be equally severe everywhere. View the detailed weather forecast for the coming week.

  • After a warm Monday, we will cool down on Tuesday. Precipitation and storm precede the temperature drop
  • Halfway through the week we expect a maximum of 17-19 degrees Celsius by the sea, in addition, stronger winds will also blow. In the interior, mercury bars usually indicate 23-27 degrees Celsius
  • The forecasts give hope of stronger rainfall in part of the country over the weekend. However, these are still forecasts with a high risk of error and subject to change
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Monday brings us a real summer aura again. dominates Sunand the temperature is rising considerably and in the west it is already above 30 degrees Celsius. However, this is only a temporary improvement. In the evening a front moves into the western regions and that means changes.

  • Read: The heat is picking up again, it will even be 34 degrees. Later there will be a malfunction

Weekly weather. The front provides cooler air

On Tuesday, the remnants of the hot air mass will still linger in the southeast where we forecast from 30 to 32 degrees C. In addition, it will be a maximum of 24-28 degrees Celsius, and on the coast of Podhale and during the passage of the front only about 20 degrees C. Moreover there will be rain in many regions and storm. The strongest phenomena are likely to roll through the southeastern regions where precipitation totals can exceed 25-30 mm.

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For Wednesday and Thursday we predict a checkered aura. The sun will show itself, but clouds will also form to rain that will be few. It falls short mainly in the north, east and south.

There will be little rain in the coming days

Photo: wxcharts.com

It will also get cooler. For most of the country this will drop to a comfortable level 23-27 degrees C. The only exception is the north of Poland, where we will not record more than 20-22 degrees C, a by the sea only 17-19 degrees C. Add to that a fairly strong wind, it will not be a very pleasant time for holidaymakers staying on the Baltic Sea.

  • We advise: Experimental forecast for the rest of the summer and fall. One of the months will be particularly warm

It even gets cold in the north of Poland

It even gets cold in the north of Poland

Photo: wxcharts.com

Chance of more rain at the end of the week

From Friday, Poland will start to come under the influence of atmospheric fronts, hence more and more clouds, rain and storms. Thunderstorms and rain begin in the western and southern provinces Friday afternoon. While on weekends, there’s a chance we’ll see rain and lightning across the sky almost all over the country. At the moment it looks like it will rain heavily in some places, but the forecasts for this rainfall could change all the time.

  • To look: Atmospheric stripes. See how the climate is changing in your region

The end of the week may bring more rain

The end of the week may bring more rain

Photo: wxcharts.com

Before the rainy fronts come on Friday we expect a temperature increase and here and there, especially in the south and southwest, even around 30 degrees Celsius. Meanwhile, the mercury bars over the weekend should normally be between 22 and 28 degrees Celsius, but if current forecasts are correct and more rain is indeed falling, local thermometers can indicate no more than 20 degrees C, even during the day.

Just before the arrival of the fronts, it could get warm again on Friday

Just before the arrival of the fronts, it could get warm again on Friday

Photo: wxcharts.com

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Source: Onet/wxcharts.com

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