Temperatures to Plunge Up to 9C Below Seasonal Average This Week

September 21, 2021

ATHENS — Temperatures will start to fall sharply in Greece from Tuesday, dropping as much as 9 degrees below normal for this time of year by Thursday, according to the National Observatory of Athens weather service meteo.

Temperatures on Tuesday will remain high for the time of year in central and southern parts of the country but start to drop in the north to normal levels for September.

Cold masses of air now above central Europe will start to push southward on Wednesday and affect central and northern parts of the country, while most of the country will be affected on Thursday and the temperatures will drop by as many as 9 degrees below the normal levels for this month.

The phenomenon will be short-lived, however, with temperatures rising again from Friday and only remaining below average for the season in eastern parts of the country, while there will be a further rise in temperatures at the weekend.


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