Atmosphere of Earth

It Will Be Sunny Today, around and after Noon - Hot

According to NIMH, it will be sunny and hot today, with light cloud in the afternoon mainly in mountainous areas. There will be light east-northeast wind, in the Eastern and Northern Bulgaria. The maximum temperatures will be from 32C to 37C. Atmospheric pressure is and will remain slightly higher than the average for August.

Sunny and Hot Saturday

According to NIMH, it will be sunny and hot today, with light cloud in the afternoon mainly in mountainous areas. There will be light east-northeast wind, in the Eastern and Northern Bulgaria. The weather with maximum temperatures from 32C to 37C. Atmospheric pressure is and will remain slightly higher than the average for August.

Fine Dust From Africa Passes Over Bulgaria

The dust will be most significant on Wednesday.

In the coming days, the low atmospheric layers above the country will be saturated with fine dust from the African deserts, according to a forecast by the University of Athens. The concentration will not be large, in its maximum phase it will reach about 10 micrograms per cubic meter.

Report: Bulgaria Ranks First in the EU Due to the Dirty Air

60% of the dirty air is due to cars and the remaining 40 are due to household pollutants.

Bulgaria is at the forefront of the European Union on the death rate due to polluted air. One of the main pollutants remains cars, according to the World Health Organization, quoted by bTV.

60% of the dirty air is due to cars and the remaining 40 are due to household pollutants.

Large Cities in Bulgaria in the Grip of Dirty Air

Big cities in Bulgaria remain in the grip of the dirty air in the next few days, NOVA said.

Lack of wind and the keeping of cold air low above the ground are the reason why we will breathe poisons. According to the European Commission's "Air Quality Index" this morning, the fine particulate matter (PM10) concentration is above the norm in almost every major city.

For 1 Year, Air Pollution Has Led to the Premature Death of Over 14,000 Bulgarians

Air pollution with fine particles has led in 2015 to the premature death of 14,200 people in Bulgaria. This was shown by a study of the European Environment Agency covering 41 European countries. It is an updated version of the report covering the period 2000-2016.

EU Air Quality Slowly Improving but still Deadly

Air pollution is slowly easing in EU countries but still causes nearly half a million early deaths each year, the European Environment Agency (EEA) said in its annual report published Monday, reports AFP. 

Although pollution levels dropped slightly in 2015, they remain far higher than standards set by both the European Union and the World Health Organization, the report said.

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