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Hail and thunderstorms on cloudy and rainy Sunday

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Clouds will be significant overnight and there will be brief showers of rain with thunder in many places, mainly in western Bulgaria. Sunday will still be cloudy with cumulus clouds. In the west, there will be intense short-term showers which may be accompanied by thunder and hail. In the eastern areas it will be almost without precipitation. Maximum temperatures between 22°C and 27°C, in Sofia - around 22°C.

Over the mountains there will be cumulus and cumulus-rain clouds with intense short-term precipitation and thunderstorms in many places, mainly in the western half of the country. The maximum temperature at an altitude of 1200 meters will be about 14°C, at 2000 meters - about 9°C.

There will be considerable cloud over the Black Sea coast, but precipitation is unlikely. Maximum temperatures will be 22°-25°C. Sea water temperature - 20°-22°C. The sea swell will be 2-3.

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