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December breaks with fog and warm winds

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Fog and clouds are expected in the lower parts of the country on Friday. Visibility will temporarily improve around midday, when the sun will break through. Warm, moderate and at times strong south-westerly winds will blow across eastern Bulgaria and the Pre-Balkan. Minimum temperatures will range from minus 3°C in Vidin to 6°C at the sea and minus 1°C in Sofia. Maximum temperatures will vary from 5-10°C in the foggy areas to 15-20°C in the south-east. In the capital, temperatures will reach 7°C.

Along the Black Sea coast it will be sunny with broken clouds. Air temperatures will be between 14 and 20°C and sea temperatures - 10-11°C. The sea swell will be 2-3.

Over the mountains the sky will be sunny, but there will be strong winds from south-west, stormy on the ridges. Temperatures will reach 14°C at 1,200 m and 8°C at 2,000 m.

On Saturday it will remain unseasonably warm, with lower temperatures in the valleys, the western Danube plain and the Upper Thracian lowlands, where fog will persist.

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