Croatia has been hit by a polar wave causing temperatures during the night and morning in parts of the country to plummet to -12 degrees!
The State Hydro Meteorological Institute (DHMZ) issued a warning for cold waves across the country in the coming days that could endanger human health, so a moderate health hazard is marked for the Split and Rijeka area today, while a high hazard is marked for the Gospic and Karlovac area in the coming days, reports Jutarnji List.
Today the temperatures will be low, -10 in the mountains, most inland temperatures will range between -7 and -2, on the coast and islands from -1 in the north to 5 in the south.
According to DHMZ, snow is possible in some places in the interior, especially in the first part of the day, when light rain is possible in the central land areas, which freezes in contact with the ground.
In the second part of the day, precipitation will be mainly in Dalmatia, with occasional rain, snow in some places, and in the north of the country a gradual decrease in clouds and frequent sunny periods.
And it will be cold this weekend in Dubrovnik with temperatures on Saturday expected to reach 5 degrees, although the real feel will be as low as – 2. Whilst on Sunday it will be even colder with highs expected to reach a maximum of 4 degrees, again the real feel will be -2 degrees.