The weather will get colder in the next days in most regions, with the maximum temperatures falling down to 13 degrees Celsius in Transylvania, and next week the temperatures will begin to rise to 22 degrees C in Muntenia, according to the estimation of the evolution of the thermal values and rainfall between April 29 and May 12, released on Monday by the National Meteorology Administration (ANM).
Rainfalls are expected in the next two weeks, more significant on April 30, and after May 4.
In Banat – on April 30 the average temperature will go down to 14 degrees C. During the 1-3 May interval the air temperature will increase to 21 degree C during daytime. There will be a new cooling interval until May 6, down to 13-14 degrees C.
There will be rainy intervals, on larger areas, most likely on April 30 and during May 4-6.
In Transylvania the weather will get colder so that on May 1 the average highs will drop to 13 degrees C, then the warming process will lead to highs of 18 degrees C on May 3 and 4. There will be a new cooling on May 5 and May 6, when the expected highest temperatures will be around 11 degrees C.
There will be rainy intervals, on larger areas and in significant quantities, most likely on April 30, but also likely on May 5 and 6.
In Moldavia the weather will also get colder so that on May 1 the average highs will drop to 15 degrees C, then the warming process will lead, on May 3 and 4, to a regional average highs of 20 degrees C. It is expected to cool again by May 6 to 13 degrees C.
In Dobrogea, during the first four days of forecast, the weather will cool so that on May 2, the average highs will drop to 17 degrees C. Then a warming process follows, on May 3 and May 4, to regional average highs of 19 degrees C. Until May 7, a new cooling process is expected.
In Muntenia, the weather will gradually cool in the first three days of forecast, so that on May 1, the average highs will drop to 18 degrees C. Then the warming process will lead, on May 3 and May 4, to regional average highs of around 21 degrees C. A new cooling process is anticipated until May 6, down to 15 degrees C, but by the end of the second week it will gradually reach the average of the thermal peaks of about 22 degrees C, close to the climatological levels specific to this region.
In the mountains, the weather will slightly get cooler in the first two days of the reference period so that on May 1 the daily highs will be of 6-7 degrees C, then it will get warmer until 4 May, when the maximum temperatures anticipated will be on average of up to 10 degrees C.