Bulgaria Expects Temperatures of -5 to 22 Degrees Celsius in November

Environment | October 29, 2013, Tuesday // 21:03|  views

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The lowest temperatures in November will be -5 to 0 degrees Celsius, according to Krasimir Stoev from Bulgaria's National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology.

The highest temperatures in November are expected to reach 17 - 22 degrees C.

According to Stoev, as cited by mediapool.bg, the average temperature in November is expected to be above the average, which for northern Bulgaria and the Upper Thracian Plain will be 5-8 degrees Celsius, for high fields 3-5 degrees C, for the Black Sea coast and the Struma River valley between 8-10 degrees C and in mountainous regions -4 to 3 degrees C.

In the first ten days of November, temperatures will be higher than the usual, with a decrease expected at the end of the period.

Around November 6-7, it will become cloudier and some regions can expect rain.

In the second and third decades of November, atmospheric conditions will change more dynamically.

In the second decade of November, temperatures will be around the usual for the period, with more tangible declines expected in the period November 16-20. Rain is most likely around November 14 and the last days of the period.

Over the first days of the last decade of November, no rain is expected and temperatures are to increase slightly. In the middle and at the end of the 10-dayperiod, there will be rain.

At the end of the month, in the high western fields and the Fore-Balkan foothills rain may turn into snow.

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Tags: National Institute of Hydrology and Meteorology, Bulgarian Academy of Science


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