Greece: Unseasonally Hot Weather Forecast over the Coming Days

September 15, 2022

ATHENS – A gradual and significant rise in temperatures is forecast in Greece over the next few days, especially in Central Greece, where they could rise as high as 40C in some areas.

According to the National Observatory of Athens weather service meteo.gr the unseasonal heat wave will be the result of hot air masses prevailing in the central and eastern Mediterranean, reaching a peak on Friday and Saturday.

Maximum temperatures are are forecast to reach 33-34C in Athens at the weekend, in Thessaloniki on Saturday, while in the city of Larissa there is a forecast for 39-40C on Friday and 38-39C on Saturday.


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