Soft weather in the next ten days.
Today, before midday, there will be considerable low clouds, which will start breaking and decreasing in the afternoon.
Yellow code for strong wind has been declared for 16 districts in the country.
Bulgarians will spend more than 2 billion levs for the holidays, according to data from the National Revenue Agency.
Today in the morning hours cloudiness will be significant in some places, mainly in the northern and eastern parts of Bulgaria and rainfalls are expected there - conditions for icing.
Because of the fog, the cold weather and the lack of wind, the concentration of fine dust particles is above the permissible average, reported the Bulgarian National Television.
Thirteen miners died and 10 were injured after a fire caused by burning methane erupted in a black coal mine in the east of the Czech Republic, a spokesman said Friday, reported AFP"In total we have 13 dead miners, 11 Polish and two Czech," Ivo Celechovs
A major earthquake with a magnitude of 7.
Higher levels of fine particulate matter have been recorded in four quarters in the capital, according to the Sofia Municipality website.
35-year-old Ivaylo Josifov was an active, healthy individual who thought he only had a case of tonsillitis when he went to the doctor recently.
The Bulgarian Red Cross (BRC) has brought 16,000 dropouts back to school over the last 10 years.
Today it will be mostly cloudy with fog in the morning in some places in the lowlands and valleys.
Mayors will be fined BGN 5,000 to 10,000 if the municipalities fail to reduce air pollution, according to legal amendments voted by the Parliament today, Focus News Agency reports.
The number of students decreases, graduates get on better, scientific activity of Bulgarian universities increases, said Georgi Stoychev, representative of the consortium contracted for the national university ranking system, Focus News Agency reports.
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