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Lower temperatures and rain showers expected

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During the night the clouds will break and the sky will be mostly clear. The lowest temperatures will be between 13 and 18 C°. Tomorrow, clouds will be more prevalent and rainfalls and thunderstorms are expected in the southern and mountainous regions in the afternoon. The highest temperatures will be between 23 and 28 C°.

At the Black Sea coast the weather will be mostly sunny with more clouds in the afternoon, but no precipitation. It will be windy. The highest air temperature will be 25-27 degrees and that of the sea water will be 22-23 C°.

In the mountains there will be more clouds in the afternoon and short rainfalls and thunderstorms are expected.The highest temperature at an altitude of 1200 m will be about 20 degrees and at 2000 m - about 12C°.


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