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Temperatures Set to Climb Past 40° in Parts of Croatia

Heat to return after cooler weather (Photo credit: sailweekcroatia.com)

After a number of days of cooler weather, including lightning and thunder for parts of the country, sweltering weather is on the way which will see temperatures in climb past 40°.

From Thursday, through till next week, temperatures will gradually increase as another heatwave approaches.

The peak of the heatwave is expected to hit around Wednesday next week when temperatures in parts of inland Croatia, will hit a high of 41°, daily Jutarnji list report.

Areas around Knin are expected to feel the full force of it, whilst the capital Zagreb is expected to reach a high between 36-39°.

Red alert for parts next week (Photo: YR.no)

Temperatures along the coast, like Split, Dubrovnik, and Rijeka, will be cooler in the early 30°s.


Towards the end of next week, the heatwave will have passed but those parts that will experience temperatures around 40° will still be a warm 35°.

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