The National Meteorological Service (EMY) on Monday warned of a storm front that is expected to hit parts of the country from Tuesday through Thursday afternoon.
According to EMY, the wet front will bring strong storms and hail, starting with Crete and possibly parts of the Peloponnese on Tuesday, Evia on Tuesday night and the islands of the Western Cyclades on Wednesday.
Temperatures in Greece will climb up to 35 degrees Celsius in parts of Greece on Sunday and Monday, while the wind will facilitate the transfer of dust from North Africa, according to the National Observatory's Meteo weather service.
The heat will be felt mostly in central parts of the mainland and will remain between 32 and 35 degrees in the rest of the country.
Today, the clouds will continue to increase from the west. It will start raining around noon in western Bulgaria, in the afternoon and evening hours the rain will turn to snow in the mountainous areas and the Pre-Balkans. Light to moderate winds will begin to blow from the northwest in the afternoon and will increase, bringing temperatures further down.
The National Weather Administration (ANM) issued a code orange warning for heavy showers valid through 23:00hrs in nine northern and western counties and two code yellow warnings for snow and blowing snow for more than half of Romania.