Weather Forecast: Snowfall, Low Temperatures on Tuesday in Greece

February 15, 2021

ATHENS — Snow, sleet and very low temperatures are forecast for Tuesday. Northerly winds will reach up to 9 on the Beaufort scale. Clouds and light snowfall in the northern parts of the country with temperatures ranging from -12 to -02C, in western Macedonia from -18C to 02C.

Partly cloudy in the western parts with temperatures between -02C to 09C, in Epirus temperatures will range from -13 to 03C. Sleet and dense snowfall in the eastern parts of the country and particularly in eastern Sterea including Attica and Evia island.

Temperatures will range from -03 to 4C. Rain, sleet and snowfall in the mountainous and semi mountainous areas of the Aegean islands and Crete, 01C-06C. Snowfall in Attica, -01C to 03C. Partly cloudy in Thessaloniki, -05C to 03C.


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