Expect the unusually warm winter to continue: while Western Europe had stormy weather this week, temperatures can be expected to remain above zero and the weather to be windy and rainy.
In the night to Thursday the weather in Estonia was overcast with occasional clear spells. There were occasional showers as well as sleet and snow in some areas further inland, ERR's Aktuaalne kaamera reported.
As temperatures remain between 0 and 4°C, the current weather is set to continue. For Thursday more clouds and occasional showers are expected, with winds of 4 to 12 m/s and up to 15 m/s out on Estonia's western islands.
On Friday the weather will remain rainy with some sleeting, on Saturday it's going to be sleet and snow in some areas as temperatures are expected to be just above 0°C on the weekend.
Coastal areas will be slightly warmer, which means that rain can be expected along the west coast throughout the weekend as well.
Temperatures will drop towards Saturday evening, with possible lows of up to -6°C in the night to Sunday, which means that Sunday morning could turn out icy. Generally very little snow is expected.
In the first days of next week temperatures on the mainland are expected to drop to as low as -4°C, while the coast is expected to get up to 2°C with gusty weather.
Editor: Dario Cavegn