It will be mostly sunny. Around and in the afternoon there will be cumulonimbus, mainly over Southern Bulgaria and cumulonimbus clouds and in some places there will be short-term precipitation, accompanied by thunder. The phenomena in the southwestern regions of the country will be more intense. There are conditions for hail. A light to moderate wind from the north-northeast will blow.
Sunny weather will prevail before noon today. In the afternoon, cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds will develop again, there will be short-term, in some places intense rainfall with thunder. There will be conditions for hail and temporary intensification of the wind. It will blow to a moderate wind from west-northwest.
Today the clouds will be more often significant, cumulus and cumulonimbus. In many areas there will be precipitation, in places intense, accompanied by thunder and temporary intensification of the wind, hail is possible.
In this regard, the NIMH weather forecasters have announced a yellow warning code for dangerous weather for the entire territory of the country.
Today the clouds will be more often significant, cumulus and cumulonimbus and in many places it will rain briefly. In the afternoon in the mountainous and eastern regions the precipitation will be temporarily intense and accompanied by thunder. A light to moderate wind will blow from west-northwest, in Eastern Bulgaria - from east-northeast.
A cold front will pass through the country. A moderate to strong westerly wind will blow and with it the daily temperatures will decrease. Cumulonimbus clouds will develop and mainly in the mountainous areas there will be short-term, temporarily intense rainfalls, accompanied by thunder. There are conditions for hail.
Sunny weather will prevail today.
In the afternoon, cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds will gather once again, and some places, mainly in the western and northern areas, will see brief showers accompanied by thunder and temporary strong winds, with chances of hail, the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (NIMH) reported.