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11 temperature records registered in Bulgaria

03. February 2012. | 08:25

Source: Focus News Agency

Record low temperatures are registered in Vidin (-21.2C), Vratsa (-17.8C), Kardzhali (-12.7C), Lovech (-18.7C), Lom (-16C), Montana (-17C), Oryahovo (-15.4C), Plovdiv (-17C), Razgrad (-18C), Svishtov (-17C), Chirpan (-20.8C).

11 temperature records have been registered in Bulgaria as of 8:00 a.m. local time on Thursday, the National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology told FOCUS News Agency.

The temperatures across the country are low, but not as low as the ones measured in the previous days.

Record low temperatures are registered in Vidin (-21.2C), Vratsa (-17.8C), Kardzhali (-12.7C), Lovech (-18.7C), Lom (-16C), Montana (-17C), Oryahovo (-15.4C), Plovdiv (-17C), Razgrad (-18C), Svishtov (-17C), Chirpan (-20.8C).

The lowest temperature in Bulgaria on Thursday morning is measured in the town of Knezha (-22.8C).
In capital Sofia thermometers measured -12.8C in the morning.


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