Extremely high temperatures were recorded last night in BiH. Record temperature values were recorded in Banja Luka and Bijeljina, and the thermometer showed high 35 °C at 8 PM.
It was very hot in other parts of our country as well. The temperature measured in the capital city of BiH was 31 °C, and in Mostar and Prijedor it was 33 °C.
The coldest was on Bjelasnica Mountain with 17 °C measured at 8 PM.
”Tropical conditions are present as the result of the high concentration of heat from the area of North Africa. Same weather is expected on Tuesday and Wednesday, after which we will have a lot cooler weather,” said Nedim Sladic, a meteorologist from Sarajevo.
According to the Federal Hydrometeorological Institute of BiH, the weather in BiH will be mostly sunny and hot. At the end of the day is expected some cloudiness, which will result in rain, storm, and maybe even thunders on Wednesday. The wind will be moderate, of west and southwest direction. The lowest morning temperatures were between 15 ° C and 20 ° C, in the south up to 24 ° C. The highest daily temperatures will be between 32 ° C and 37 ° C, in the south of the country up to 39 ° C.
The weather in Sarajevo will be sunny. The lowest morning temperature was 17 ° C, and the highest daily temperature will be 34 ° C.