Friday, 6 August 2021

High Temperatures in Croatia Will Return, But They Won't Last Long

August 6, 2021 - After a few days with endurable thermal sensations, weather reports indicate that the high temperatures in Croatia will return, but will be short-lived.

There is still some instability ahead of us, but meteorologists are announcing a return of heat and the high temperatures in Croatia soon, reports Večernji List.

At least partly sunny, and occasionally more cloudy with occasional rain or showers and thunderstorms will be today in the northern Adriatic and in the mountains and from the middle of the day in the northwestern parts and inland Dalmatia, predicts the State Hydrometeorological Institute (DHMZ).

In the morning on the mainland in places short-term fog. The wind is mostly weak, in Dalmatia moderate northwest and west. The highest daily temperature is usually between 25 and 30 degrees Celsius.

The temperature will rise further tomorrow, and it will be especially hot on Sunday, with warmer nights. The weekend will pass in the sign of the south, which will intensify on Sunday and will be strong in some places, and moderate on the rest of the coast. A southwesterly wind will blow inland.

On Sunday, as announced by meteorologist N1, it will be especially hot with temperatures up to 35 degrees. After Sunday, the south will weaken. The weather should be kept mostly stable next week.

According to the announcements of HRT's meteorologist from DHMZ, on Monday we will have a weaker wind and more clouds in some places, but mostly dry. At the beginning of the new week, more clouds are expected in the Adriatic, and the daily maximum could fall below 30 degrees.

According to unreliable long-term forecasts, it could warm up again from Wednesday, so temperatures will again be around 30 degrees or more.

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Saturday, 31 July 2021

Heatwave Temperatures Will Decrease Significantly From Today

July 31, 2021 - It is reported that the high heatwave temperatures recorded in recent days will decrease from today in various parts of Croatia.

The heatwave due to which we have been cooking at more than 30 degrees in recent days is at the very end, so the weather will change in parts of the country today, reports On Saturday it was mostly sunny and hot, but not completely stable. There were variable clouds in the interior, and mild thundershowers, especially in the western and northwestern parts.

Weak and moderate southwest and west winds on the mainland gradually turned to the northeast and north, while in the Adriatic the south wind blew. The highest daily air temperature was mostly between 33 and 37 ° C, and in mountainous areas a little lower.

On Sunday, however, in the interior and in the northern Adriatic changeable and unstable. There will be occasional showers followed by thunder, already at night in the west of the country, and in the second part of the day possibly in the east.

A thunderstorm is also possible locally, primarily in the first part of the day in the northern Adriatic and in Gorski Kotar. In Dalmatia, it will stay mostly sunny and dry, but heatwave temperatures will certainly decrease in the following days.

A moderate southwesterly wind, occasionally with strong gusts in the afternoon, will turn to the north and northwest wind and weaken. In the Adriatic, moderate to strong south and south winds will blow.

The lowest morning air temperature is mostly between 17 and 22, in the Adriatic from 25 to 28. The highest daily is mostly from 31 to 36 ° C, in some places in the mountains and in the northwest a little lower.

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Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Heatwave to Reach Peak Tomorrow, Sudden Weather Change Ahead

Extremely hot weather will reach peak tomorrow, after which a short period of cooler temperatures and heavy rainfall is forecast to begin on Friday.

Monday, 7 August 2017

Sea Temperatures in Croatia at All-Time High

This weekend sea temperatures were the hottest on record for Croatia.

Friday, 4 August 2017

Heatwave Continues: Record Temperatures in Knin (41.5°C), Pazin (39.5°C), and Pula Airport (38.2°C)

The hottest week in Croatia this summer continues.