Heavy Rains and Storms Forecast for Crete

September 23, 2022

HERAKLION – A shallow low bringing heavy rain and storms that is moving along the northern shores of Africa since Friday morning is expected to also affect the island of Crete within the day, according to a forecast by the National Observatory of Athens weather service meteo.gr.

Starting on Friday afternoon and until late into the night, this will bring significant amounts of rain and stormy weather on the island.

Weather forecast: Mostly fair on Saturday

Mostly fair weather and northerly winds that will reach up to 6 on the Beaufort scale are forecast for Saturday. In the northern parts of the country, mostly fair weather and temperatures ranging between 08 and 24 degrees Celsius. Mostly fair in the western parts of the country, with temperatures ranging from 14 to 26 degrees Celsius. In the eastern parts, fair weather, temperatures between 12-26. Mostly fair in the Aegean islands, scattered clouds in Crete, temperatures 17-25. Mostly fair in Athens, temperatures between 15-25. Same weather in Thessaloniki, temperatures 12-22.


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