Meteorologists have good news for the following period.
The National Meteorological Administration (ANM) published yesterday its forecast for the June 27 – July 11 period, a forecast based on data from the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) based in Reading, England. According to ANM, the weather will gradually warm up during the first week of that period, featuring scorching heat on July 1-2 in the western half of the country, when temperatures will reach 35-36 degrees Celsius.On July 3-5 temperatures will drop slightly, and will then remain relatively constant at values close to the period’s multiannual average until the end of the forecasted period. In what concerns precipitations, meteorologists state that they will be insignificant at the end of June, but the probability of seeing showers, thunderstorms and wind gusts will rise gradually throughout the country after July 2-3. On July 4-8, quantitatively more significant rains and thunderstorms will be registered particularly in northern regions. After that the weather will improve and quantitatively weak showers will be registered over increasingly limited areas. At the mountain side average temperatures will grow significantly on June 27 – July 2, a period in which average high temperatures will reach 22 degrees. After that period the weather will cool down slightly, after July 5 the temperatures set to reach normal levels for the first half of July.