Bad weather is on the doorstep

According to the latest forecast from the National Observatory of Athens, on Sunday 5 September the weather will show a significant change that will not last long.

According to, the manifestations of bad weather will subside during the night from Sunday to Monday.

In particular, rain and thunderstorms are expected from the first hours of Sunday in the Ionian Sea and in the mountains of Central-West Macedonia, Epirus, Thessaly and Peloponnese. Bad weather before noon will spread to the rest of the mainland, except Thrace, the likelihood of hail.

Storm winds in the Aegean Sea will be observed on Sunday, reaching 7 points in some places, while in the Ionian Sea the wind is variable, with a force of up to 4 points. The air temperature on the mainland of Greece will reach + 30-32 ° С, and on the islands – + 28-30 ° С.

Emergency weather forecast from EMY

Meteorologists issued an emergency bulletin on deteriorating weather. Its change will start from the western territories of the country. Main characteristics:

Occasionally rains and thunderstorms, which mainly affect the western, central and northern parts of the country, stormy winds, hail is possible. Northeast winds in the Aegean on Monday (09/06/2021) and Tuesday (09/07/2021), with an intensity of 7 to 8 and probably on Tuesday 9 on the Beaufort scale. A noticeable decrease in temperature by 5-6 degrees in the west and north of the country on Sunday, in other regions – on Monday.


From about noon on Sunday 5 September, strong storms will hit both Thessaloniki and Halkidiki (mainly affecting the western part of the region).

The Attica region will be impacted Sunday night with a focus on the western and northern parts of the region. In the western and northern parts of the prefecture, we may face problems due to heavy rain.

Source link

High-quality journalistic work cannot be free, otherwise it becomes dependent on the authorities or the oligarchs.
Our site is solely funded by advertising money.
Please disable your ad blocker to continue reading the news.
Best regards, editors