Cold weather to hit Serbia over the weekend – Temperatures down to -22°C

The weather on Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be mostly cloudy, windy and very cold. In south, east and central Serbia, there will be heavy snow, while snowdrifts are expected in mountains.

The weather on Wednesday morning will be mostly sunny, followed by snow and rain in the afternoon. Temperatures are expected to plummet on Friday and Saturday to -15°C, or even to -22°C in the mountains regions.

On Thursday, the weather will be cloudy and noticeably colder, with occasional snow and north wind picking up.

The lowest temperature will range from -6 to -2 in the morning, and between 2 and 8 degrees Celsius during the day.

Public enterprise Putevi Srbije (Serbian Roads) announces that trailer trucks are not allowed to use Brzeće-Kopaonik, Jošanička Banja Vrnjci – Stanišinci – Grčak, and Dobre Vode – Stanišinci roads, while other vehicles should have the appropriate winter gear on.

The situation on the Belgrade-Nis motorway is usual so far and there are no serious delays. Travelers are advised not to use the Batrovci and Sid border crossings, but rather opt for Backa Palanka, Sot, Ljuba, Nestin, or Bogojevo.

On 7th January (the Orthodox Christmas), traffic is expected to increase particularly from the directions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Romania and Macedonia.

On Monday, the temperatures will be somewhat higher, with snow and rain.

(Vecernje Novosti, RTS, 03.01.2017)

http://www.novosti.rs/vesti/naslovna/reportaze/aktuelno.293.html:642883-PRED-NAMA-SU-LEDENI-DANI-Sutra-kisa-i-sneg-u-petak-i-subotu-do-minus-22

http://www.rts.rs/page/stories/ci/story/244/servisne-vesti/2582484/ocekuje-se-otezan-saobracaj-zbog-snega.html

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