Bulgaria Registers Record November Warmth

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Bulgaria Registers Record November Warmth: Bulgaria Registers Record November Warmth Bulgaria and Bulgarians are enjoying June-like temperatures over the weekend. File photo

Bulgaria is enjoying one of the warmest November weekends ever, after 14 locations registered temperature records on Friday.

The National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) informs the highest Friday temperature was registered in the second largest city of Plovdiv with 26.6 degrees Celsius.

The other records include the northwestern cities of Vidin (25.8 degrees), Vratsa (24.9 degrees), and Montana (26.5 degrees); the towns of Elhovo (25 degrees), of Kazanlak (25.8 degrees), of Lom (24.1 degrees); the village of Novo Selo (24 degrees); the cities of Pazardzhik (25.8 degrees) and Sliven (23 degrees) in southern Bulgaria; the city of Kuystendil in western Bulgaria (23 degrees); the mountain peaks Musala (7.9 degrees) and Rozhen (18.9 degrees)' and the Black Sea cape Emine (22 degrees)

BAS so far reports temperatures of 24.2 degrees in Kazanlak and 25.2 degrees in Pazardzhik for Saturday.

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