Next week temperatures will rise and in some places will again reach 40°, the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (NIMH) said.
Tomorrow will be mostly sunny, with cumulus clouds in places in the afternoon. Most of the country will remain almost calm, with up to moderate southeasterly winds in eastern regions. Maximum temperatures will be between 31° and 36°, slightly lower on the Black Sea coast, in Sofia - around 31°.
During the night against Monday, with the approach of a cold front, from the west-northwest will begin to rain, in places accompanied by thunderstorms. There are also conditions for hail.
It will be mostly sunny along the Black Sea coast. A light to moderate south-easterly wind will blow. Maximum temperatures will be between 24° and 28°. Sea water temperature is 22°-24°, north of N. 13°-14°. The sea swell will be 1-2 bars.
In the mountains it will be mostly sunny, with temporary increases in clouds in the afternoon, but almost no precipitation. A light to moderate west-northwest wind will blow. Maximum temperature at an altitude of 1200 metres around 28°, at 2000 metres around 20°.
On Monday, the atmospheric disturbance will continue to move eastward. In places, more in the mountains and northeastern areas, it will rain and thunder. The wind will be oriented from the west-northwest and will be to moderate, weakening during the night against Tuesday. On Tuesday, sunny weather will prevail, with the development of cumulus clouds in the afternoon; only in isolated places short-term showers are possible.