Flood Danger In 24 Districts

Cyclone Nefeli is now in our country. Over the country the rainfall will continue throughout the day, with the most intense being expected to be in Central, Southeastern Bulgaria and the mountains.

That’s why a dangerous weather code has been declared over the country. The 11 areas, where the code is orange, are expected to be 40 to 65 liters per square meter, Nova said.

It will be cool, with lower temperatures than usual for the season – between 20 and 25 in Sofia.

In our country on the Black Sea will be cloudy with considerable precipitation mainly accompanied by thunderstorms. There will be temporary tears in the cloud, but the situation on the South Coast remains complicated with maximum temperatures of 22-24 degrees for both sea water and air.

Strong storm hit the beach in Kraimorie last night. The powerful wind was over 100 km / h. The storm has ruined the whole beach, the hats of more than 80 umbrellas have been torn.

Above the mountains is a cloudy and misty day, with interruptions of raining and thunders, more significant in the afternoon.

This morning and until noon floods are possible in the middle upper reaches of the Tundzha River and the Muhuritsa River, as well as in the catchment of the river Sazlijka and the upper parts of the Maritsa River catchment. The probability of floods continues in the afternoon hours in the Osam River catchments and the Yantra River.

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