The Center notes that the weather conditions will remain unstable - the working week will start with mostly dry weather, however, from the middle of the week it will be raining now and then throughout the territory of the country, and snow is expected in places. Winds will be gusty for much of the week, but air temperatures will mostly be above zero.
With the effects of anticyclone persisting, dry weather is expected on Monday; however, the sky will be cloudy. Moderate southern, southwesterly winds will blow, reaching 15-17 meters per second in gusts along the coast. Overnight and daily air temperatures will be +1 C to +5 C, only dropping to -1 C overnight in the east.
The weather will remain cloudy in the days ahead. On Tuesday, January 30, some snow and wet snow is expected for places in the east, while it will rain in many places on Wednesday, January 31. Slow to moderate southern, southwesterly winds will continue to blow, which will be gusty on the coast. Both night and day air temperatures will remain at 0 C to +5 C, with some frost expected only at night in the east.
With atmospheric pressure falling sharply, the weather will worsen in the second half of the week - with small to moderate rainfall and strong winds expected across the country, with wind gusts exceeding 20 meters per second on the coast. Air temperatures will remain similar to before and will mostly be above 0 degrees.