Unusually hot weather for the season today as well

Unusually hot weather for the season today as well
Unusually hot weather for the season today as well

Sunny weather will prevail, with scattered medium and high cloudiness, more significant over Northern Bulgaria and mainly there in separate places in the afternoon hours it will rain. It is also possible to thunder. It will blow weak, around and after noon – a moderate wind from the west-southwest. Maximum temperatures today will be between 31° and 36°, in Sofia – around 29°.

It will be mostly sunny along the Black Sea with scattered high clouds. Weak to moderate west-northwest wind will blow, after noon southeast wind. Maximum temperatures will be 29°-33°. The temperature of the sea water is 22°-24°. The excitement of the sea will be 2-3 points.

It will be mostly sunny in the mountains, but it will rain in some places in the afternoon. It is also possible to thunder. A moderate, strong westerly wind will blow in the higher parts. The maximum temperature at 1200 meters will be around 25°, at 2000 meters – around 17°.

During the weekend there will be precipitation and thunderstorms in places, the probability of local intense phenomena increases. On Sunday, with strong winds from the west-northwest, cooler air will move in and temperatures will drop quickly and significantly – in places in the north-west half of the country they will be in reverse diurnal cycle.

On Monday, the cooling will cover the whole country, the minimum temperatures will also drop. Winds will temporarily ease, the chance of precipitation will temporarily decrease, and clouds will decrease to sunny weather.

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