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May 16, 2021
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Weather cools in the next two weeks

Meteorologists forecast for the next two weeks a cooling of the weather in most parts of the country. From August 29 until September 8 the thermal maxima will not exceed 25 degrees Celsius. Estimates of the National Meteorology Administration (ANM), valid for the period August 26 – September 8, 2013, say that during the first three days of the period, the air temperature will be close to 32 degrees Celsius in Muntenia, 28 in Banat, 26 in Transylvania, 25 in Maramures, 22-24 in Moldova, 31 in Oltenia and, in Dobrogea, the temperature will be close to 29 degrees. After August 28, the weather will cool and there will be rain showers. In the mountain areas, daytime temperatures will be, until August 28, around 18 degrees Celsius, and will drop to about 13-14 degrees on August 31, where they will stay until the end of the forecast interval. The minimum temperatures will reach an average of 10 degrees the first four days, then they will drop to 5-6 degrees and these values will be maintained throughout the period August 31 to September 8. Every day, during the two weeks of the forecast, there will be showers accompanied by lightning, but they will become more abundant and will fall on a larger area on August 26, 28 and 29. The ANM forecast is valid for the period August 26 – September 8 and is based on date from the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) in Reading, U.K.

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