Last week left a mixed impression. Summer gave us hope of warm weather, but then there was a breath of autumn — over the weekend, it got much colder in the rear of an east-moving cyclone. Northwesterly winds gusted to 16 m/s in Voronezh. Saturday saw occasional rains and thunderstorms. But the impact of the cyclone was short-lived, and on Sunday, it was windy but sunny and rain-free. Unstable weather moved to the Volga Region along with the cyclone.
This week, atmospheric processes will be determined by a subtropical ridge from the south. Temperatures will start rising again. In the middle of the week, the mercury in the capital of the Central Black Earth Region will rise to about +30 in the afternoon and drop to +16...+19 at night. The chance of precipitation will be low until the weekend. The weather will begin to change at the end of the week. As the ridge moves east, a Black Sea cyclone will reach the region. The atmosphere will be unstable, and there’s a chance of rain and thunderstorm.