The high concentrations of airborne microparticles in the atmosphere of the Greek capital due to the large wildfire that raged across the island of Evia had dropped Wednesday from the levels observed on Tuesday, according to the director of the Institute for Environmental and Sustainable Development Research, Nikos Michalopoulos.
The most popular shower of shooting stars, the Perseids, will reach its peak on Monday to Tuesday dawn, and will be visible on the Greek sky and the north hemisphere.
Those who will stay awake after midnight will have the opportunity, if the weather conditions allow it, to observe the bright shooting starts dart across the sky.
The National Weather Administration (ANM) issued on Thursday a heat wave and thermal discomfort warning to be in place nationwide in Romania throughout Sunday afternoon.
It will be sunny today, hot around midday and in the afternoon. Light southeast wind. Maximum temperatures between 33C and 38C, Sofia 33C. Atmospheric pressure is close to the average for August, it will fall.
The Black Sea coast will be sunny with a light southeast wind. Maximum air temperatures at 27-30C. Sea water temperature at 25-27C.
As told in a statement, tomorrow and the following days will be very warm, with daily highs ranging from 34 to 38 degrees. Thursday and Friday will be more bearable in the north and west of the country, as there will be more clouds.
It will be mostly sunny today with some increase in cloud cover at times. A light northwest wind will blow, in east Bulgaria, it will be mostly from the north. Maximum temperatures in most areas between 26C and 31C. Atmospheric pressure is slightly higher than the average for August - it will stay almost unchanged during the day.