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Weather forecast for May 23

Yellow code for precipitation in 13 regions, mostly in Central Bulgaria

Photo: BGNES

On Thursday, the lowest temperatures in the country will be between 11 and 14°C; in Sofia about 12°C. During the day, there will be thunderstorms, local intense precipitation over Western and Central Bulgaria as the risk of hails exists. The maximum temperatures will be between 19 and 24°C; in the capital city - about 19°C.

It will be cloudy at the Black Sea coast, precipitation is possible in the southern regions. Air temperature will be 19-21°C. Sea water temperature is 17-18°C.

In the mountains the weather will be cloudy and rainy, with snowfalls above 2700 m. The temperature at 1200 m above sea level will be up to 14°C; at 2000 m - up to 7°C.

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