Orange Warning issued for Bosnia and Herzegovina


Republika Srpska’s Meteorological and Hydrological Service issued an orange warning on Saturday for Herzegovina because of heavy rainfall.

In the Trebinjo region, 40 to 70 liters of rain per square meter is expected, and up to 100 liters locally along the border with Montenegro.

In BiH, there will be rain in the first part of the day on Sunday, and it will be more abundant, and there might be some snow in the mountains.

In the morning, cloudy weather will prevail in most parts of the country, and in the south of Herzegovina there will be occasional thunderstorms, and showers.

In the higher mountains, there might be snow.

A light to moderate breeze will blow from the south.

Morning temperature from 3 to 9 degrees Celsius, in mountains about 1 degree, and highest daily from 9 to 15, in mountains about 5 degrees Celsius.

According to the forecast of the Federal Meteorological Institute, cloudy weather with rain in most parts is prevailing on Sunday.

Today, the coldest on Bjelasnica Mountain, where only one degree was measured at 1 pm.

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