After several days that featured torrential rains and a rain warning issued by the National Meteorological Administration (ANM) last weekend for south-eastern regions where the quantity of precipitations surpassed 25 litres per square meter and even 50-70 litres per square meters and wind gusts of 60-65 kilometres per hour were registered, a heat wave is up next. Thus, the heat wave that recently hit Europe is moving toward our country and meteorologists issued on Sunday a heat wave warning that will come into force on Monday, July 6.
According to the warning, the weather will be warm throughout the country and very warm in western and north-western regions where temperatures of 35-37 degrees Celsius will frequently be registered.
In what concerns the humidity-temperature index, it will reach and surpass the critical threshold of 80 units on Monday, ANM informs.
Meteorologists also warn that highs of 35-36 degrees will be registered in the rest of the regions too, but over limited areas.
On Tuesday and Wednesday (July 7-8) the heat wave will intensify and will expand all over the country so that the warning could be extended.