Specialists say more snow will fall on Christmas Eve throughout the country, especially in mountains areas. Temperatures, however will remain around 0 C and in lower areas even above that value, causing snow to transform into rain and bring flooding danger. Temperatures are expected to drop on December 26, with lows reaching -17 C and highs around 0 C. The first Christmas Day will bring a lot of snow on the slopes in mountain resorts and temperatures between 0 and – 3 C. Gradually snow will extend throughout the country. In Bucharest temperatures will remain within reasonable limits, raising up a few degrees, the lowest value will be on Sunday night, -17 C. “Overall, this December has turned out to be milder, compared to the previous years,” says Ion Sandu, head of the National Weather Institute, quoted by Realitatea. “The most dangerous phenomena we will see if weather is going milder will be flooding and glazed frost.” Things will not be the same with the rest of Europe, though, as specialists warn temperatures will continue to drop dramatically. The most affected parts of the continent will remain Poland, Switzerland, the Czech Republic and the British Isles.