3 coldest days to follow: Temperature drops by 20 degrees. Sudden change affects even the healthiest
Thursday will the coldest
Those who got up for work this morning know that real winter is heading our way. Starting today, there will be the three coldest days since the start of the fall. The highest temperatures during the day in most places will range from seven to just 11 degrees centigrade.
Thursday and Friday will be cloudy and very chilly throughout the country, while snow is expected on Kopaonik and Zlatibor mountains. Thursday will the coldest with a maximum of eight degrees, and it will be raining.
In Belgrade as well, it will be very cloudy and cold tomorrow with rain that is expected to stop at the end of the day.
It will be dry in most areas on Friday. Maximum temperatures on Friday will range from eight to 12 degrees, in the Timok and Negotin regions from five to eight. The southeast wind will be stronger in the Kosava region, with gale-force gusts in the south of Banat.
And then, a new weather twist for the weekend. It will be dry and sunny, with the temperature gradually increasing. Sunday's maximum will be around 16 degrees.
As early as next week, daily highs will once again be reaching about 20 degrees.
By all accounts, this will not be a very cold November, so the days ahead will probably be remembered as some of the coldest of the month.