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No White Christmas For Croatia – +14 Expected

Earlier forecasts that most parts of Croatia would enjoy a white Christmas with snowfall and low temperatures have been well off the mark. The state met office today has issued its forecast for Christmas Day and Croats around the country are set to bask in +14 degrees temperatures.

Inland Croatia is expected to receive early morning lows of -2 – 3 degrees, reaching a high of 14 in the day, whilst on its Adriatic coast, temperatures up to 16 degrees are expected on Christmas Day

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