Code yellow for potentially dangerous weather has been declared for the better part of Bulgaria Wednesday, over the thick fog that is expected to linger on.
As the United States are being hit by a grisly arctic wave and the European Atlantic coast is swept by a sea storm, temperatures in parts of Bulgaria are well above the normal for early January.
Huge waves driven by strong winds have swept the European Atlantic coast from Ireland to Portugal.
Dense fogs have been hampering traffic around Bulgaria over the past several days, and continue into Monday.
Code yellow has been declared Sunday for twenty five Bulgarian regions over the forecast of dense fog and low visibility.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 2.9 points on the Richter scale has been registered in southwestern Bulgaria Sunday.
A major winter storm is gathering in the northeast of the United States, moving in from the Midwest.
A bear has broken into a cattle pen and killed a calf near a village in the mountainous Smolyan region of southern Bulgaria.
Lynxes have been captured on photo in Bulgarian wild areas over the past year, revealed a WWF Bulgaria representative.
A powerful earthquake of magnitude estimated by local authorities at 6.1 on the Richter scale has been registered Saturday evening in major Turkish resort city of Antalya.
As a warm wave set in Bulgaria Saturday, temperatures at some locations soared into the teens on the Celsius scale, untypically for late December.
Meteorologists predict a warmer January than average, with snowfall only in the mountainous regions.
A total of 35% of Bulgarians consider drinking water in the country to be of very poor quality.
The wildfire burning on the southern side of Bulgaria’s Vitosha Mountain has been brought under control.
A wildfire is burning on the southern side of the Vitosha Mountain.
Iskra Mihaylova, Bulgaria's Minister of Environment and Water, has said that the garbage fee is to drop in 2015 as a result of the introduction of new provisions.
The astronomical winter will arrive in Bulgaria in the evening of Saturday, December 21, at 7:11 pm.
An abnormally high concentration of dust particles in the air was measured Wednesday in 14 cities in Bulgaria, the country's executive environmental agency has alarmed.
Malina Krumova, head of the Bulgarian managing authority of the "Environment" operational program, has resigned.
There will be no snow throughout most of Bulgaria during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, according to meteorological forecasts.
Two weak earthquakes have been registered on the territory of Bulgaria Sunday by the Geophysics Institute at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.
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