Today, in the eastern part of the country, and later into the day in the mountainous areas of western Bulgaria, cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds will form. Expect rain showers accompanied by thunder and temporary strong winds, hailstorms are possible. A light to moderate northwest wind, or northeast in the east of the country, will bring cooler air.
The National Meteorological Administration (ANM) issued a Code Yellow alert of heavy rainfalls and storms in 25 counties for Monday and a similar alert for 10 counties and the Bucharest Municipality until Tuesday morning.
Today in Greece is expected the peak of the dangerous meteorological phenomena.
Мeteorologists warn that the cyclone, which flooded roads, houses and shops, was once again entering the western part of the country.
Within a few hours, it will reach Northern Greece with short, but heavy rainfall, and sometimes with hailstorms.
On Saturday will blow mostly moderate northwest wind. Northeast cool air will enter Bulgaria from its in eastern part. There will be significant amount of cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds. Rainfall will occur in many places, temporarily intensive with thunderstorm activity. Significant quantities are also expected.
Yesterday's tragedy in Chalkidiki may have come out of the blue, yet it demonstrates how unprepared we are as a country and as a society to confront the dramatic changes that climate change has brought to our lives.
The intensity of the weather was terrifying but it also revealed our diachronic dysfunctions.
A Romanian man vacationing with his family in Halkidiki, Greece, who got injured by a violent hail storm on Wednesday night will be discharged from hospital today, Romania's Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu said on Friday.