Summer will come to an end in Croatia with a severe artic outbreak set to hit at the beginning of next week, according to the website Severe Weather Europe.
“The air mass behind the Arctic front will be extremely cold for late September, such outbreaks are actually quite rare and it could potentially bring first frosty mornings in some regions across east-central Europe and the Balkan peninsula mid next week,” commented the website. Adding that the changing weather could start tomorrow throughout the region.
But the good news is that the cold snap will not last long and the wider Dubrovnik region won’t feel the full force of the arctic blast with temperatures only expected to drop to the low twenties.
In fact after this short cold spell the Dubrovnik area will once again see temperatures rise to the high twenties and thee long-range forecast for October also predicts milder weather with plenty of sunshine.