“Although the winter should be the coldest at this time of year, in the coming days not only are we not expecting snow, but we are going to see real spring temperatures. In the next period, we will have stable and dry weather. Today and tomorrow, after a cold morning associated with fog, the weather will be sunny and warm, with a maximum temperature of 10-12 degrees Celsius, while in places, where the fog will remain during the day, the temperature will be around zero,” says meteorologist Djordje Djuric.
During the weekend the weather is expected to be even warmer, so the maximum temperatures in most parts of the country will be over 10 degrees and in some places will reach 15 degrees.
“Over the weekend we’ll be under the influence of an even warmer air mass. On Saturday, we expect sunny intervals, on Sunday the sky will be cloudy and maybe it will rain, while in the mountains, there is the possibility of snowfall,” adds Djuric.
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On Sunday, regardless of the cloudiness, it will remain warm and the southeast of the country will be a few degrees warmer than the rest of Serbia. Therefore, the temperature in Nis will reach 14 degrees, while the maximum temperature in Belgrade is expected to be 12 degrees.
A slight drop in temperatures is expected at the beginning of next week, when the expected temperature is about 10 degrees, much higher than the average for this time of year.
Such stable and above-average weather will accompany us until the end of January, so we cannot expect a sharp drop in temperature or snow.
(Vecernje Novosti, 23.01.2020)
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