The temperatures forecast by weathermen will continue to be over the normal values of the period, whereas rain, generally in low quantities, will fall in most regions in the upcoming days and from the next midweek, according to the forecast revealed by the National Meteorology Administration (ANM), valid March 3 to 16.
According to meteorologists, the weather in Banat will still be over the normal values of the period in the first half of March. Thus, the average maximum temperature will range between 11 and 14 degrees C. Local mild and moderate rains will fall over the first week, more likely between March 3 and 6.
In Transylvania there will be between 6 and 11 degrees C during daytime. As for the minimum temperatures in the first week in the entire region, the average will be about 1 to 3 degrees C, much higher values than those specific to the period.
In Moldavia, the forecast period will start with daytime temperature close to those specific to the period, averaging 4 to 6 C, and the average maximum values of 8 to 12 degrees C will be generally over the normal values of the first half of March. Rain will fall mildly in Moldavia and Transylvania as well.
In Dobrogea, the weather will be warm for this period, and the average maximum temperatures will range slightly between 8 and 12 degrees C. By March 8, rain will fall locally and from time to time, mostly mild and in small amounts.
In Muntenia, from March 5 by the end of the two weeks of forecast, the weather will be about 12 degrees C, and around March 7 rain will fall in higher amounts on larger areas. Starting with March 8, there will be less likely to rain, only from time to time and on smaller areas.
In the mountains, both the daytime and the night time weather will report no significant variations. The average maximum temperatures will range from 2 to 4 degrees C and the minimum from -5 and -2 degrees C. By March 8, there will be moderate temporary precipitation on larger areas, rain, sleet and snow.