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.
Instead of the traditional snowy Christmas, several Bulgarian cities had temperature records on December 25, 2010, Christmas Day.
Thousands of passengers have been stranded at airports across Western Europe on Christmas because of snow and ice disrupting air travel.
Unusually high temperatures have set new records in Bulgaria Friday, just before the arrival of Christmas Eve, the country's Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) informs.
Dust levels in the air in the capital Sofia, the town of Pernik, twenty kilometres south of Sofia, and the town of Kardzhali, Southern Bulgaria, have hit record highs over the last twenty days, the executive environmental agency said on Wednesday.
Much of Western and Southern Bulgaria has been gripped by thick fog leading many of the flights of the Sofia International Airport to be canceled.
Heavy snow and strong wind caused the closing of the Sofia International Airport and the port in the Black Sea city of Varna, the Bulgarian News Agency has announced.
The document, in which Bulgaria will describe the measures for decreasing the greenhouse gas emissions, will be competed by April 2012, the Bulgarian Environment Ministry has announced.
The international E-79 road connecting Bulgaria with Greece, which partially collapsed in the beginning of December 2010, has been fully repaired and is already functioning.
The main hospital in Sofia 'Pirogov' has received 80 people with snow-related injuries so far on Tuesday after due to the icy conditions in the Bulgarian capital.
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