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Weather forecast for Bulgaria for Sunday, December 4

It will be mostly cloudy with isolated light showers

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It will be mostly cloudy on Sunday. Light rain is in the forecast for some parts of the country. There will be low visibility in many Bulgarian regions in the morning hours. There will be light easterly and northeasterly wind. The lowest temperatures will range between 1°C and 6 °C, for Sofia-around 3°C. Daytime highs will reach 5°C-10°C, for Sofia and Northwestern Bulgaria- around 6°C.

Over the mountains it will be cloudy and foggy with low chance of precipitation. There will be light southerly winds. Maximum temperature at an altitude of 1,200 meters- around 5°C, at 2,000 meters-around minus 0°C.

Over the Black Sea coast it will be cloudy. Light rain is in the forecast for some portions of the seacoast. There will be light to moderate northeasterly wind. Maximum temperatures will range between 7°C and 10°C. The seawater temperature is 12°C. Sea swell up to 3.




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