A passing shower or two and cooler temperatures are in store for the first half of the week, while the second half is predicted to be warmer and drier, according to the Meteorology and Hydrology Institute.
Tonight will be partly cloudy with showers and fog, as well as a chance of a rumble of thunder in northeastern Estonia. Temperatures will range from 8 to 14 C, warming up to 18-22 C during the day on Tuesday.
Partial cloud cover and scattered showers will continue until Wednesday night, as Thursday is forecast to usher in drier conditions and highs of 26 C.
On Friday, there will be a return to showers and a chance of T-storms, as thermometer readings continue to rise - up to 23-28 C.