After a cooler and wetter September than usual across Croatia, October has been much more pleasant.
Yesterday, on 26 October, the Dalmatian city of Spilt recorded the highest daily temperature for this date in the history of official meteorological measurements, daily Vecernji list reported.
Temperatures at Split Airport in Kaštel Štafilić reached 26.4°C on Wednesday, whilst in Split (Marjan meteorological station) they hit 23.5°C.
In Komiža on the island of Vis the high yesterday was 23.5°C, Knin, Šibenik and Hvar recorded 24°C, whilst in Dubrovnik and Makarska there was a high of 23.7°C degrees.
Exceptionally high air temperatures for this part of the year are being recorded throughout the Mediterranean, but also in a large part of Europe with Sicily recording a summer-like 34°C.