It will be cloudy on Sunday night. It will start raining in many parts of the country on Monday morning. It will snow in the Pre-Balkan region and the high fields in Western Bulgaria. Thin snow cover will form in these areas. The lowest temperatures will range between minus 1°C and 4 °C, for Sofia- around O°C, along the Black Sea coast- up to 7°C-8°C.
It will be mostly cloudy on Monday. It will stop raining in Western Bulgaria. However, significant precipitation is expected in the central and eastern parts of the country. It will snow in the Pre-Balkan region. Heavy snow is in the forecast for the eastern parts of the Pre-Balkans. It will rain and snow in the Ludogorie region and the Eastern Rhodopes. Daytime highs will reach 3°C-8°C, in the far southwestern regions and the Black Sea coast- up to 10°C-11°C.
Over the mountains it will be cloudy. Snow is also in the forecast for the mountainous regions. Maximum temperature at an altitude of 1,200 meters- around 1°C, at 2,000 meters-around minus 5°C.
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