According to the weather forecast published yesterday by the National Meteorological Administration (ANM), in August temperatures will surpass multi-annual averages for this month in eastern, south-eastern and parts of western regions, while in the rest of the country they will be close to normal levels. The forecast points to temperatures of 35 degrees Celsius in south-eastern regions and the Danube’s Floodplain, two degrees above the normal level for this month. At the seaside the normal level for this month is a minimum of 20 degrees C. The quantity of rain could be below multi-annual averages in southern, south-eastern and parts of western regions, while in the rest of the country the quantity of rain will be close to average levels. According to ANM, the temperatures forecast for September will be close to normal levels in most of the regions except south-eastern Romania where they could surpass multi-annual averages. Specialists claim that average temperatures in September range from 19 to 28 degrees Celsius in southern and eastern regions. Likewise, September will bring more rain almost throughout the country, but in south-eastern and southern regions the quantity of rain will be close to normal levels.
The forecast for October does not point out unusual weather phenomena and the temperatures will fall within normal levels for that month. The quantity of rain could surpass multi-annual averages in western, central and northern regions.