This Week's Weather: Warm Air From the East, But Also Moisture ({{commentsTotal}})

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Easterly winds should bring warm air from Russia, but the chance of showers and thunderstorms will increase for the next few days.

Temperatures could go up to 25 C on Tuesday and even higher on Wednesday, although sporadic rainfall could be experienced in most places.

Estonia will be on the edge of a low pressure area moving over from Ukraine towards Scandinavia and a high pressure front hovering over Russia for most of the week, keeping temperatures around 12 C during nights and 20 to 25 C during daytime.

Eastern parts of the country should see higher temperatures (23-27 C on Wednesday) and less rain.

A high pressure area from the direction of Germany is expected to arrive in Estonia on Thursday or Friday, bringing cooler temperatures and a higher chance of rain.



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