Code Orange warning issued for districts of Bulgaria for today
Code Orange warning issued for districts of Bulgaria for today

Sofia, Bulgaria: The Code Orange warning for Sofia city and the other six (6) districts has been issued by the Bulgarian authorities for today, March 31, 2022, of the dangerous weather and has forecasted strong winds in the mentioned areas. 

The remaining six districts that have also been issued Code Orange warnings are – Veliko Turnovo, Kurdzhali, Lovech, Montana, Vratsa, and Gabrovo.

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Meanwhile, the remaining twenty-one (21) districts of the European country are in the category of “lesser Code Yellow warning,” which is being issued to the areas of potentially dangerous weather for today, Thursday, March 31, 2022, as per the forecast. 

The European country might face light rain showers on Thursday. 

As of now, the winds are blowing at a speed of 8km/h, while the current temperature of Bulgaria today is forecasted at 12 degrees, with around 80% precipitation and 50% of humidity. The maximum speed of the wind can increase to 10 km/h. 

In Sofia, the summers are warm and mostly clear, and the winters are very cold, snowy, and partly cloudy. Over the period of the year, the temperature of the European nation typically varies from 22°F to 83°F and is rarely below 10°F or above 93°F

July is the hottest month in Bulgaria, with an average temperature of 23°C (73°F), while January remains the coldest at 3°C (37°F), with the most daily sunshine hours at 11 in the month of July.  

The annual average rainfall recorded in Bulgaria is 700 mm, more in the mountains (up to 1000 mm and more) and slighter on the coast (around 400-600 mm). The rain can pour throughout the whole year in Bulgaria, while showers and thunderstorms are quite frequent in summers. 

The time frame between June and August is the best time to visit the European nation of Bulgaria and enjoy the country’s mesmerizing beauty. 

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