weather map

Wednesday

20

November

min. +34°
max. +37°

Thursday

21

November

min. +34°
max. +41°

Friday

22

November

min. +39°
max. +43°

Saturday

23

November

min. +39°
max. +45°

Sunday

24

November

min. +39°
max. +45°

Monday

25

November

min. +41°
max. +45°

Tuesday

26

November

min. +41°
max. +45°
Overcast
+34°F
Sunrise 7:45 Sunset 4:00

Temperature, °F

feels likeWhat the temperature
feels like in
appropriate clothing

Pressure,

Humidity, %

Wind,

Chance of
precipit., %

  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 12 am
    +34°
    +25°
    983
    100
    10
    -
  • 3 am
    +34°
    +27°
    981
    100
    10
    4
  • 6 am
    +34°
    +27°
    981
    100
    11
    3
  • 9 am
    +34°
    +25°
    981
    100
    11
    2
  • 12 pm
    +37°
    +30°
    981
    100
    10
    2
  • 3 pm
    +37°
    +32°
    980
    92
    10
    2
  • 6 pm
    +36°
    +28°
    980
    89
    10
    2
  • 9 pm
    +36°
    +28°
    980
    94
    11
    3
Folklore weather forecast: Just close observations of signs in nature foretell the weather, according to our ancestors: “If there is ice in November to hold up a duck, for the rest of the year there will be slush and muck”. There is a special proverb dedicated for today’s saint: “Set garlic and peas, Saint Edmund to please”.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 12 am
    +34°
    +25°
    979
    89
    12
    2
  • 3 am
    +34°
    +27°
    979
    94
    10
    3
  • 6 am
    +34°
    +27°
    979
    100
    10
    2
  • 9 am
    +36°
    +28°
    977
    98
    11
    2
  • 12 pm
    +41°
    +32°
    976
    90
    14
    7
  • 3 pm
    +41°
    +34°
    975
    80
    11
    6
  • 6 pm
    +39°
    +32°
    975
    86
    11
    6
  • 9 pm
    +39°
    +32°
    975
    89
    9
    16
Folklore weather forecast: “As the Feast of Mary’s Presentation (today) is, so is the winter”. Farmers also noticed: “If we have nice weather on the Feast of Mary’s Presentation, so we will have severe winter”. Some weather lores predict weather based on animal behavior: “If a cat sits with its back to the fire, frost and hard weather can be expected”.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 12 am
    +39°
    +34°
    972
    92
    9
    26
  • 6 am
    +39°
    +34°
    969
    100
    7
    61
  • 12 pm
    +43°
    +37°
    968
    100
    9
    64
  • 6 pm
    +41°
    +36°
    969
    97
    8
    15
Folklore weather forecast: Agricultural workers observed: “If heaven thunders on the Day of Saint Cecilia (today), it signifies that the coming year will bring very good harvest”. And “if there be thunder in the evening, there will be much rain and showery weather”.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 12 am
    +39°
    +34°
    972
    100
    8
    15
  • 6 am
    +39°
    +36°
    975
    100
    5
    28
  • 12 pm
    +45°
    +39°
    975
    100
    7
    66
  • 6 pm
    +43°
    +41°
    976
    99
    5
    84
Folklore weather forecast: On St. Clement’s Day (today) “winter sheds a tooth” (begins to make itself felt). And if there is no snow or rain on this day, it means that the coming winter will be frosty. And if it rains on this day, it means that the coming winter will bring much more rain.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 12 am
    +43°
    +43°
    975
    100
    1
    79
  • 6 am
    +41°
    +37°
    975
    100
    5
    44
  • 12 pm
    +45°
    +41°
    977
    96
    7
    26
  • 6 pm
    +39°
    +37°
    979
    95
    4
    32
Folklore weather forecast: The weather observers noticed: “If we have winter in November, so this cold weather will last till the end of April. And if we can see blossom trees in bloom in November, it means that cold weather will last till the end of May”.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 12 am
    +39°
    +32°
    976
    100
    10
    43
  • 6 am
    +41°
    +32°
    971
    100
    15
    47
  • 12 pm
    +45°
    +39°
    967
    99
    12
    61
  • 6 pm
    +45°
    +39°
    971
    92
    9
    63
Folklore weather forecast: People used to say about the Patron of this day: “As at St. Catherine foul or fair, so will be next February”. It is not good when it is warm on St. Catherine’s Day, as then snow covers fields on St. Joseph’s Day (March 19) and winter will be hard. “As on St. Catherine, so will the New Year be”.
  • Night
  • Morning
  • Day
  • Evening
  • 12 am
    +43°
    +37°
    971
    95
    9
    55
  • 6 am
    +41°
    +36°
    971
    100
    8
    57
  • 12 pm
    +45°
    +39°
    969
    100
    10
    60
  • 6 pm
    +43°
    +39°
    964
    99
    7
    70
Folklore weather forecast: “St. Catherine – the yesterday’s Saint – “by showing a bright face, often stops the long rains of autumn”. So from today we must have some next days without rain. And when in November “there are lots of berries on the dogberry tree, it means it’s going to be a bad winter”.