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Weather forecast for February 23

The end of the week comes with warm weather and scattered clouds

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On Friday, the lowest temperatures in Bulgaria will be between 0 and 5°C; in Sofia- about 2°C. During the day there will be scattered clouds. In the southern regions of the country rainfalls are possible in the afternoon. The highest temperatures will be between 14 and 19°C; in the capital city - about 16°C.

At the Black Sea coast, clouds will break to sunny weather. It will be rainy in the southern parts of the coast. Air temperatures will reach up to 11-16°C. The temperature of the sea water is 7-8°C.

In the mountains, there will be scattered clouds. Over the southern massifs the cloudiness will be more significant and precipitation is possible. The temperature at 1200 m above sea level will be up to 8°C; at 2000 m - minus 1°C.



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