Temperatures will rise and on Wednesday in places east and north of the mountains they will approach 20 degrees
It will remain mostly cloudy until the end of today, with light showers easing over northern and eastern areas. In the low areas and along the sea coast, light rain will fall, sometimes mixed with wet snow, and above 300-400 meters – light snow. Daytime temperatures will reach 3 to 8 degrees.
In the eastern and southern regions, a weak northwesterly wind will blow.
It will be cloudy at night, with light showers over eastern areas. Light snow will fall on the high places in Ludogorie, and rain on the sea.
The minimum temperatures will be from about zero to 5 degrees.
During the day, the rain will stop. It will be cloudy over the eastern half of the country, and there will be breaks and reductions in cloud cover in the west.
Daytime temperatures will be from 3 to 8 degrees.
IN Saturday it will be cloudy, with temporary breaks over the central parts of the country. A light wind will blow from the west-northwest. Light rainfall is possible only in isolated places in the Rhodopes and along the Black Sea. The minimum will be from minus 1 to 4, and daytime temperatures will reach 4 to 9 degrees.
IN Sunday cloud cover will be variable, decreasing to light. A light wind from the south will appear in the mountains and eastern regions. Fog and low clouds will form in the western half of the Danube Plain and Thrace.
The minimum temperatures will be from zero to 5, on the high fields up to minus 1, minus 2 degrees, and the daytime temperatures will be from 5 to 10 degrees.
IN Monday cloud cover will be significant, mostly medium to high. Over the eastern regions, the southerly wind will increase – to moderate. Western parts of the lowlands will remain misty or with low clouds. The minimum temperatures will be from minus 1 to 4, along the sea to 6-7, and daytime temperatures from 6 to 11, lower in places with fog and low clouds.
In Tuesday and on Wednesday, the wind will shift from the southwest and on the high places, and in the east it will increase significantly.
Temperatures will rise and on Wednesday in places east and north of the mountains they will again cross 15 and approach 20 degrees. The minimum temperatures, which are already higher than usual for the coldest part of the year, will also rise. Clouds will be significant, but mostly medium to high. Light rainfall is possible only in isolated places in the mountains and extreme western regions.
These temperature ranges are more typical of mid-March than the “heart” of winter in January.
Another warm period will last at least until the end of the second and, probably, the first days of the third ten days of the month, when the preliminary scenarios expect their decrease. But for such a remote forecast period, it is not possible to give accurate forecasts, so follow our analyzes in the coming days as well.