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October 22, 2021
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Heat wave persists into Sunday

Meanwhile, violent storms hit several regions.

The heat wave is expected to last until the end of this week, and then temperatures will stay within seasonable values of 29-30C, according to the August 22-Sept 3 prognosis issued by the National Meteorological Admi­nis­tration (ANM) as quoted by Hotnews. Until August 26, the weather will be hot at the seaside and scorching hot in the continental areas where average temperatures will reach about 34C, and could rise up to 38-39in eastern Romania. Then, temperatures will drop below seasonable values, with heavy downpour likely in spotty areas August 27-29 august. In the mountains, weather will grow warmer gradually, even on the top mountains ranges until August, only to swiftly turn cold afterwards. The unsettled weather will make itself felt stronger starting with August 26-27, when significant rain amounts can be estimated in the Western Mountains and Eastern Carpathians.
Fallen trees and broken power lines after Neam storm
Neamt is not the sole area where weather became unsettled with heavy clouding and storms coming out of the blue, as Bu­charest too was the scene of a storm Tuesday evening, though less violent than that hit Neamt County. The rooftop of the railway station in town of Roznov, Neamt Co, was damaged by some fallen tree bran­ches from the strong wind, which was also responsible for power outages in 13 county localities Tuesday evening. Also in Roz­nov, the rooftop of a local school was damaged across a surface area of 80 sq. m and nine Romtelecom and six E.On poles were downed. In Piatra Neamt the gusts of wind caused three trees to fall.

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