As many as 30 new wildfires have occurred in Bulgaria Thursday, the Head of the National Firefighting Services, Nikola Nikolov, has informed.
A light earthquake with a 2.6 magnitude on the Richter scale was registered on the territory of Bulgaria late on Wednesday, minutes before midnight.
Bulgaria registered record-high temperatures in 28 towns and cities on Wednesday, according to data from the National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (NIMH).
The strong wind, which has already blown for three consecutive days in Sofia and other parts of Bulgaria, continues to cause damage.
The strong wind, lasting for two days now, has brought down a large number of fences of constructions sites in Sofia, the TV channel bTV informs Tuesday.
The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) marked with a ceremony Monday the 150th anniversary of the first meteorology measurements in the country.
A light earthquake was registered on Bulgarian territory Monday morning, according to information of the European Mediterranean Seismological Center.
Two wildfires blazed in mountains nearby Bulgarian capital Sofia after an unusually warm and dry first week of November.
Bulgaria is enjoying one of the warmest November weekends ever, after overa dozen locations registered temperature records on Friday-Sunday.
A forest fire has erupted in the Vitosha mountain nearby capital Sofia, while firemen are fighting a prior fire in Osogovo near Kyustendil.
Firemen are fighting a forest fire in the Osogovo Mountain nearby southwestern Bulgarian city of Kyustendil.
The new week for Bulgaria will again be warmer than the usual for November, but tempertatures will fall a couple of degrees, and occaisonal rains will set in.
Bulgaria is enjoying one of the warmest November weekends ever, after 14 locations registered temperature records on Friday.
A 2.9-magnitude earthquake was registered near Sofia Wednesday night, the Geophysical Institute to the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences has announced.
Two people were and some 50 were wounded in Serbia overnight as a result of a strong earthquake with an epicenter near Kraljevo, which was also felt in Sofia and Western Bulgaria.
A new earthquake has been registered in the Serbian town of Kraljevo just hours after a moderate tremor hit the region in central Serbia, killing two people and injuring at least 50 others.
An undersea earthquake with a magnitude of 5 on the Richter scale jolted the region of the northeastern Greek island Samothrace, and was also felt in European Turkey.
Two people were and some 50 were wounded in Serbia overnight as a result of a 5.6-magnitude earthquake.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.6 on the Richter scale with an epicenter in Serbia was felt across Western Bulgaria and Sofia.
A 2.3-point magnitude on the Richter scale earthquake was registered in southern Bulgaria early Sunday, the European Mediterranean Seismological Center reports.
Real snowfall will begin after November 20, according to Petar Yankov, a meteorologist from the Bulgarian company TV-MET.
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