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May 23, 2022

Weather grows colder this weekend

After several weeks of temperatures above normal figures for this time of the year, the weather will grow significantly colder as of Friday, with highs unlikely to go over 4-5 degrees Celsius. According to meteorologists, December 10 will practically be a day of winter for all parts of the country, including the south, which has so far seen milder temperatures.

In the northern part of the countries, temperatures will range between -4 and zero degrees Celsius at best. Higher temperatures, six degrees at most, will be reported in the south of the country and mostly at the seaside, according to Realitatea.net. Despite the cold snap, meteorologists do not expect too much snow in the south of the country, but rather in the north.

The rest of the territory will however battle strong wind. In Bucharest, heavy rain is expected today and mild snow on Friday. Meanwhile, meteorologists issued a flood watch for the Danube, valid December 8-11. A separate flood alert will go in effect on Friday, in the Calafat-Bechet sector, which has the highest risk of floods. Other alerts were issued for several rivers elsewhere around the country, such as Crasna, Satu Mare County, valid until Friday morning.

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