The Burgas Airport will be closed for a month due to the need for repair work.
The Port Of Burgas Closed Due To Strong Winds
According to information from the “Directorate Vessel Traffic Services Authority – Black Sea”, strong southerly winds with speeds of 15 to 20 m/s closed the port of Burgas.
Maneuvering of small and large vessels is prohibited. The sea swell is around four on the Beaufort scale. Once meteorological conditions normalize, the port will resume its operations. The National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology has issued a yellow alert for strong winds in the Burgas region for today.
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The atmospheric pressure is and will remain higher than the average for the month
During the night and tomorrow, we expect significant cloudiness, but precipitation will be light and only in certain areas of the mountain regions.
Monday's weather forecast brings cloudy skies with scattered rain showers and light snowfall in the mountains across Bulgaria
Starting with tomorrow, February 17, Western Bulgaria is set to bask in the warmth of a sunny day, a welcome respite from the winter chill
Renowned climatologist Professor Georgi Rachev expressed concern over the diminishing presence of snow at lower altitudes in Bulgaria, highlighting a broader trend not limited to the country
Tonight, quiet and clear weather is expected over the western part of the country.