The new week in Bulgaria will again be warmer than the usual for January, even though temperatures will fall a couple of degrees on Thursday.
Strong winds are expected across 19 Bulgarian regions Sunday as winter weather continues to be dynamic and warmer than usual.
A minor earthquake with a magnitude of 3 on the Richter scale was registered close to the city of Plovdiv in Southern Bulgaria on Friday.
A light earthquake, measuring 3.1 on the Richter scale, was registered on the territory of Bulgaria in the early hours of Friday.
About 57% of the Bulgarian population is exposed to levels of fine dust exceeding the norm, according to a report of the European Environment Agency.
Bulgaria is ranked last in Europe on the waste management criteria, the Bulgarian Minister of Environment Nora Karadzhova has announced.
Pollution from an unidentified source has turned the sea water near the port of the Black Sea city of Varna red Thursday.
Bulgaria has been covered by a blanket of fog for the second day, disrupting traffic on the roads and plans of air travelers.
Northern Bulgaria will be under code yellow Monday over warning of ice, the National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences announced.
The national weather service announced warnings of ice for the northeastern and central northern parts of Bulgaria overnight and Sunday.
A 3.5 Richter magnitude earthquake was registered Saturday midday in southeaster Bulgaria near the town of Topolovgrad.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 2.
Bulgarian skygazers are treated Tuesday morning to the rare spectacle of a partial eclipse of the sun, which will be the first and the last for this year.
The weak snowfall that has spread across Bulgaria will stop by Monday evening, according to weather forecasts.
Bulgarian skygazers will be treated Tuesday morning to the rare spectacle of a partial eclipse of the sun, which will be the first and the last for this year.
The roads in Bulgaria are clean and dry on Monday.
Bulgarian sky gazers will be treated to the rare spectacle of a partial eclipse of the sun, which will be visible from the territory of the country on January 4, 2011.
After an unusually warm stint around Christmas, Bulgaria has also been hit by the snow front covering Europe, albeit less heavily.
Two weak earthquakes were felt in Bulgaria Monday overnight, causing no damages.
Bulgaria will experience minimum temperatures ranging between -6 to -15 degrees Celsius in the last days of the year, according to a weather forecast by Simeon Matev from TV-MET.
All regions of Bulgaria are under code yellow Monday over the falling snow, the National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences informs.
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