Red alert in Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia! Here’s how the temperatures are expected to go

Hydrometeorological institutes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Croatia have issued a red weather alert for July 23 due to high temperatures.

In accordance with the recommendations of the World Meteorological Organization, the population is advised to take precautions in such weather conditions. It is also possible to interfere with daily routines, so outdoor activities should be discontinued.

The Federal Hydrometeorological Institute has announced that a red warning is in effect in Bosnia and Herzegovina for July 23, due to the warning of high temperatures.

Daily temperatures, according to meteorologists, will be between 34 and 41 degrees Celsius.

“Sunny weather in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the afternoon gradually increasing cloudiness. The highest daily temperature from 35 to 41 degrees, in the south up to 42 degrees”, says the forecast of the Federal Hydrometeorological Institute.

Even the Republican Hydrometeorological Institute of Serbia has announced a red weather alert for July 23 in the entire country due to high temperatures.

Temperatures in Serbia today will be between 37 and 41 degrees.

On July 24, it is said, the temperature should drop by about five degrees and light rain is expected in places.

Extremely high temperatures are expected across Croatia this weekend, which is why a red weather alert has been issued in almost all regions, indicating that the weather poses a very high risk.

“Extremely high temperatures are expected. Protect yourself, children and the elderly. Act according to the advice given by the competent authorities”, warned the Croatian State Hydrometeorological Institute.

A red weather alert for July 23 has been issued in all regions except Osijek and Gospić, for which an orange warning is in effect. A red warning is in effect for July 24 for the regions of Knin, Rijeka, Split and Dubrovnik.

The Federal Hydrometeorological Institute has announced that a red warning is in effect in Bosnia and Herzegovina for July 23, due to the warning of high temperatures.

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