Heat Alert to Last Through Weekend
The heat alert was raised to the third-degree and extended until Monday at midnight across the entire country, according to the latest information from the National Meteorological Service.
On Monday afternoon, the nation's chief medical officer ordered a second-degree heat alert for the entire territory of the country until Thursday midnight.
However, the sweltering heat will last for several more days, and will even increase over the weekend, with temperatures of 32-38 degrees Celcius during the hottest hours.
From 8:00 a.m. Friday to 8:00 p.m. Monday evening, a "code red" was ordered, which means that all social institutions must open their doors if the regional dispatch service receives information about a person in trouble on the street.
According to the forecast of the National Meteorological Service, the average temperature on Friday is expected to be around 25-27 degrees Celsius, and below 25 degrees in the northeast.
The highest daytime temperature on Friday will be between 32 and 36 degrees Celsius, then on Saturday and Sunday the air will warm up to between 32 and 38 degrees, and on Monday the maximum is likely to be between 29 and 37 degrees.
In the following days, the temperature in the morning is typically expected to be between 17 and 24 degrees.
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