Northwestern Bulgaria Breaks High Temperature Records

Environment | March 17, 2012, Saturday // 18:28|  views

Three towns in Northwestern Bulgaria have broken their warm temperature records for March 17 on Saturday.

The northwestern Bulgarian city of Montana saw a temperature of 23 degrees Celsius, the highest in its recorded history for March 17. This was also the warmest place in Bulgaria on Saturday.

The Danube towns of Oryahovo and Lom also saw temperature records – with 21.4 and 22.1 degrees Celsius respectively, the National Meteorology and Hydrology Institute at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences announced.

Thus, Saturday's temperatures in both Oryahovo and Lom broke the March 17 records from 2001 and 2005.

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Tags: Montana, Lom, Oryahovo, Northwestern Bulgaria, Severozapaden, record temperatures, temperature record, National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology


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