According to the RHMZ website, rain and thunderstorms are threatening in some parts of our country.
In the next hour, in the area of Ub-Obrenovac, Sjenica and on the stretch from Pristina to Kursumlija, heavy showers, thunderstorms, local occurrence of the hail and short-term strong wind were announced.
RHMZ previously warned of heavy rain, thunder and hail.
According to the website, clouds with heavy showers, thunder, hail and strong wind will move towards Pirot.
In the coming hours, occasional rain or thunder showers are expected in the east and southeast of the country, along with the local development of clouds.
Ljubljana – Slovenia is bracing for a stormy night ahead with localised downpours and strong gusts of wind as a weather system reaches the country from the west.
The Environment Agency has issued a red alert due to the possibility of flash floods in western, southern and central parts of the country.
The warning refers to the area of Srem (around Ruma) and the Srem part of Belgrade.
"In the next hour, heavy showers, thunder and hail in Srem (around Ruma) and the Srem part of Belgrade," it is stated on the RHMZ website.
A big downpour followed by thunder has already started in Belgrade.
The National Weather Administration (ANM) has issued a Code Yellow warning for unstable weather valid through Thursday morning in six western counties. According to meteorologists, May 12, 16:00hrs - May 13, 10:00hrs, in Banat, Crisana, as well as the southwest of Oltenia, there will be spells unstable weather in the form thunderstorms, hail and torrential rain showers.
According to his forecast models, the stream of warmer air from the south will flow through the region starting Thursday, bringing the warming. Todays maximum temperature is forecasted at 29 degrees, with steady temperatures around 25 degrees, with some 30 degrees on Sunday in the eastern part of the region.