Bulgaria Breaks Heat Records First November Weekend

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Bulgaria: Bulgaria Breaks Heat Records First November Weekend City smog seen from Lozenska Mountain nearby Bulgarian capital Sofia. Photo by Ognian Kassabov

Bulgaria is enjoying one of the warmest November weekends ever, after overa dozen locations registered temperature records on Friday-Sunday.

The highest temperature for Sunday was registered at Pazardzhik at 25 degrees Centigrade, reports, the National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS).

A record was also set at Bulgaria's highest point, the Mussala peak in the Rila Mountains (2925m asl), at 6 C.

Friday a record temperature was registered in the second largest city of Plovdiv with 26.6 degrees Celsius. A number of over-25 C degrees locations were reported Saturday.

While the coming week is forecasted to keep temperatures well above average for November, they will still fall with a couple of degrees across the country, as occasional rains will set in.

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