The National Meteorology Administration (ANM) issued yesterday the weather forecast for the next three months. According to ANM, there will be rain in May and the first two months of the summer will be characterised by low amounts of rain, extreme heat and drought. In May, air temperatures will be below what we would have expected, with a monthly average of 14 degrees Celsius across the country. Only in Transylvania air temperatures will be within normal limits for this time of the year. In May there will be more rain than normally, the exceptions being Muntenia and Dobrogea, where the water quantity will be 76 L/sq m. June will be a normal month from the point of view of the air temperature, with up to 30 degrees in the afternoon. From the point of view of precipitations, meteorologists expect fewer and shot rainfall. July will be characterised by drought and very low precipitations, in all regions. Temperatures in the interval will be above those recorded in the latest years, with warmer days especially in the South-East, South and West of Romania.