Provinces of Bulgaria
The situation in the regions along the rivers Tundzha and Maritsa in southern Bulgaria slowly returns to normal as the river waters are receding, reports the bTV national channel.
Some villages and towns, are still flooded or are in a state of disaster, while the authorities are dealing with the aftermath of the floods.
Emergency due to overflowing dams and high waters was declared in the towns of Saedinenie and Peshtera, reports the bTV national channel.
Homes in Saedinenie and the surrounding areas are partially flooded by overflowing dams and rivers.
The critical situation in the town of Elhovo because of the rising levels of Tundzha river also remains.
EMAK rescue crews on Monday picked up a group of 25 undocumented migrants trapped on a sandbar in the Evros River, northern Greece.
Authorities said the migrants probably got stuck as they tried to cross the river due to the unusually high level of the water following heavy rainfalls over the past few days.
A major rescue operation is underway in northeastern Greece after irregular migrants became trapped on an islet in the Evros River, where there has been flooding recently.
It is thought that about 25 people have been trapped in the river. Regional officials, the Civil Aviation Authority and the coast guard are working together to rescue the migrants.
Code Red warning for heavy rain was declared in three Bulgarian districts - Smolyan, Kardzhali and Haskovo, Saturday.
The situation in the Smolyan village of Banite is critical because of a flooding and landslides, the center of the town of Haskovo is under water, Nova TV reports. At some places the rainfall has reached 90 liters per square meter.
A code orange weather alert for heavy rain and strong wind has been issued for 7 Bulgarian districts, including Blagoevgrad, Smolyan, Kardzhali, Haskovo, Lovech, Gabrovo and Veliko Tarnovo.
The districts of Kardzhali and Veliko Tarnovo are expected to see heavy rain combined with strong wind, according to the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology.
Code Orange warning for potentially dangerous weather has been issued in seven Bulgarian districts on Wednesday over rains and strong winds.
Heavy downpours are expected in the districts of Lovech, Gabrovo, Veliko Tarnovo, Haskovo, Smolyan, Kardzhali and Blagoevgrad, warned by the Ministry of Environment and Water.