Turkish State Meteorological Service
Amid a severe drought following a scorching summer and unseasonably warm weather persisting across the country until the last month of autumn, weather conditions are beginning to shift with precipitation expected to affect many cities, primarily provinces in the Marmara and Aegean regions, the Turkish State Meteorological Service has said.
State meteorologists are advising citizens to brace for a week of wet weather, with extensive rainfall anticipated across the nation, particularly on Nov. 2 and 3.
Turkish State Meteorological Service's latest weekly forecast report reveals that the onset of rains will commence in the western and southern regions of the country on Oct. 31.
The Turkish State Meteorological Service has issued a torrential rain warning for several provinces in the western and northern regions of the country, in the wake of devastating floods triggered by heavy rainfall in the northwest.
With Türkiye bracing itself for scorching days ahead following experts' warnings over continuing heatwaves and record-breaking temperatures, the Turkish State Meteorological Service has cautioned that thermometers are likely to climb as high as 43 degrees in especially three provinces of Antalya, Aydın and Manisa.