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Weather forecast for Monday, 8 August

Warm summer day, with light showers

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Around midnight the precipitation developing in places will stop and it will be mostly clear by morning. Tomorrow will be mainly sunny. Around and after noon, clouds will develop and in some places, mainly in north-western Bulgaria, it will rain briefly. Maximum temperatures will be between 30° and 35°C, in Sofia around 30°.

Over the Black Sea it will be mostly sunny. The wind will be moderate, temporarily strong northeast along the southern coast, which will weaken in the evening. Maximum temperatures will be 28-32°C. Sea water temperature is 25-26°C. Sea swell will be 3-4, reaching up to 5 it the southernmost areas.     
  
It will be sunny over the mountains, too. In the afternoon there will be occasional clouds, but only isolated places will have rain. The maximum temperature at 1,200 m will be around 24°C, at 2,000 m around 17°C.

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