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The Weather in Bulgaria will be Cold with Rain and Snow

Cloudy weather will prevail today, in many places with rain, in the Pre-Balkans and on the high western plains - with rain and snow. Rainfall will be significant in places, mainly in the eastern half of the country. The wind will be moderate, with a direction from the north-northeast, and colder air will invade with it.

From February 5: Arctic Cold sets in Bulgaria

We welcome the first day of February with fluctuating clouds with frequent breaks during the day, but no precipitation. Light snow is still possible to drift over some mountain massifs and in separate points of Eastern Bulgaria, but the amounts will be insignificant. Daytime temperatures on Wednesday will be in the range of 4 to 9 degrees Celsius, from minus 1 to minus 7 in the mountains.

February in Bulgaria: From -12 to +20 Degrees

The increase in the length of the day in February leads to an increase in sunshine and a decrease in gloomy days. Usually, the snow cover in the plains is short-lived, and the precipitation is little. Characteristic of the month is the great dynamics of the atmosphere, which is the reason for sudden changes in the weather.

Snow reaches Serbia: "By the end of the week..."

"On Thursday, January 26, first in southeastern Serbia, and by the end of the day in other parts of Serbia, snow can be expected! A cold Koava wind will blow. The highest daily temperature will be from 0 to 4 degrees Celsius. From Friday, January 27, until Sunday afternoon, January 29, it will be snowing with minor interruptions!

Weather in Bulgaria will be even Warmer and Dangerously Windy today

The minimum temperatures today will be between 5°C and 13°C, and the maximum - between 14°C and 20°C.

It will remain windy, with a very strong southerly wind. Cloudiness will be more often significant and there will be rain in isolated places, mainly on the southern side of the mountains.

Slovenia gets first significant snowfall this winter

After an unseasonably warm start to the winter, Slovenia finally received noteworthy snowfall on 16 January. While children and winter sport enthusiasts were delighted, motorists were not in the least. Starting in the early morning hours, heavy snowfall wreaked havoc on morning rush-hour traffic and disrupted power supply.