After the past cool days, temperatures will soar tomorrow, reaching 30 C in the east. Things will stay warm as a high pressure system moves in for Sunday night's largely outdoor-focused midsummer holiday, though the chance of a few scattered showers will be ever-present.
A low pressure system currently in place from Scandinavia to Finland is making itself felt in Estonia, with moody skies and some patches of light rain. But cloud cover will thin out tonight and tomorrow. Lows will be 10-16 and highs tomorrow are expected to be 24-29 C, possibly 30 C in the east and 20 C on the coast with fairly light winds.
Friday night's lows will be slightly higher, 13-18, with only some cloud over and a chance of scattered showers in Western Estonia.
Saturday will be partly cloudy with a few showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures will be 18-25 in the west and 25-30 in the east.
After nighttime lows of 11-17 C on Saturday night, it currently looks like Sunday - the day of the Victory Day parade and in the evening, bonfires - will be similar to Saturday, with light winds and highs of 20-26 C, and scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Source: uudised.err.ee, www.emhi.ee