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Temperatures to Soar to 35°C in Parts of Croatia

Summer still has not officially started, but summer weather has all over Croatia.

Summer officially starts on 21 June 2017 this year, but there is one last heatwave to farewell spring.

According to the 7-day forecast from the Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service, temperatures in inland Croatia will climb next week, reaching a sweltering 35°C in parts.

Zagreb (Screenshot: Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service)

Osijek (Screenshot: Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service)

Whilst in inland Croatia temperatures will soar into the mid-30s, conditions on the coast will be noticeably cooler. Highs of around 28°C are forecast for coastal regions like Split, Makarska and Dubrovnik.

Split (Screenshot: Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service)

Warnings will be in place again for those people in areas where there is extreme heat. People are urged to take care by consuming plenty of fluids, keeping out of the sun during peak hours (10am-5pm), eating light foods and wearing light clothing.

Zagreb will be extremely hot next week

The warning especially concerns small children, pregnant women, and those with heart or other related conditions.

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