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Weather forecast: Low morning temperatures on Sunday, sun during the day

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On Sunday there will be sun with scattered clouds in the afternoon. Minimum temperatures 2-6° C. in Western and Central Bulgaria and up to 10-11° C. along the Black Sea coastline. Morning temperature for Sofia 2° C. Daytime temperatures will reach 22 - 27° C., for Sofia 22° C.

Over the Black Sea coast there will be sun. Maximum temperatures 18 - 21° C., temperature of the sea water 17 - 22° C., sea swell 1-2.

Over the mountains the weather will be sunny, with clouds gathering in the afternoon though no precipitation is in the forecast. There will be a strong Southwesterly wind. Temperature at an altitude of 1,200 m. around 16° C., at 2,000 m. up to 8° C.

On Monday temperatures will continue to climb. 

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