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.
"In the next hour (until 5 pm) in the area of the Podunavlje district (between Smederevska Palanka and Velika Plana) and the Zlatibor district (in the vicinity of Kosjeri), local heavy showers, thunderstorms and short-term occurrence of the hail is expected", it is stated.
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Before noon it will be mostly sunny. In the afternoon and until midnight, cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds will develop and in some places there will be short-term rain with thunderstorms and temporary intensification of the wind. The prevailing maximum temperatures will be between 29 ° and 34 °, according to the NIMH forecast.
The atmospheric pressure during the day today will remain almost unchanged - lower than the average for June. The clouds will be more often significant.
There will be short-term precipitation, accompanied by thunderstorms, in more places and more intense in the afternoon. The probability of hail also remains increased.
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.
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.
The National Meteorological Administration (ANM) issued on Friday a Code Yellow advisory for storms, valid in the entire country from Friday to Saturday morning. Thus, until Saturday, 10:00hrs, on relatively extended areas, there will be periods of atmospheric instability, with frequent thunders, torrential rains, hail and storms.