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Weather forecast: Temperatures drop from the West, there will be rain, rough sea warning remains

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On Wednesday there will be sun until midday, then clouds will form over Western and Central Bulgaria and there will be moderate to heavy rain. There is a risk of hail. There will be a strong Northeasterly wind. Daytime temperatures will reach 27° C. in the Western part of the country and 34° C. in the Upper Thracian Plain, for Sofia 27° C.

Along the Black Sea coast there will be sun and wind. Maximum temperatures will reach 28-31° C., temperature of the seawater 26-27° C., sea state 3-4, up to 5 in the South.

Over the mountains there will be heavy rain and thunder in Western and Central Bulgaria. Maximum temperature at an altitude of 1,200 m. 22° C., at 2,000 m. 13° C.

On Thursday the weather will continue unchanged.

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