Weather forecast for All Saints. What can we expect

The Day of the Dead is fast approaching. What can we expect in the weather?

Forecast weather on All Saints' Day. What can we expect

As we have seen many times, predicting long-term weather is full of inaccuracies and assumptions, so meteorologists are not able to precisely determine what weather will welcome us November 1st and 2nd.

Unfortunately, it's not going to be bright everywhere

As we know, the weather forecasters have made an attempt to create an indicative weather forecast for the end of October and the beginning of November this year, so we know that although there are ground-level, night frosts, we can expect a wonderful, golden, Polish autumn in the coming days , full sun, lots of colors and temperatures up to 20 degrees Celsius.

As reported by Wirtualna Polska, there is currently a high over Poland, which may mean numerous brightening, however, in the southern and eastern part of the country on November 1, rain and snow may appear in the mountain region.

As for the frosts , meteorological maps indicate that on November 1, no frosts and sub-zero temperatures are expected. The lowest temperature can be recorded by the inhabitants of the region in the upper so we may not be able to enjoy the pleasant ambient temperature on All Day of the Dead. Let's remember about the evening temperature drops, if we postpone the visit to our ancestor's graves for the evening.

To sum up, it will be worth getting warmer coats and headgear in case of a cold wind. This will save us from unnecessary visits to medical clinics.