Monthly weather forecast: July – hot, but with a lot of rain

In the first week temperatures are expected up to 40 degrees, then up to 42 ° С

Rains on the sea after the 20th

July is expected to be with rainfall above normal for the month, more significant in the southern regions. The average daily temperatures will be from 27 to 30 degrees, it will be cooler on our Black Sea coast – with temperatures up to 27.29.

It will be hot in early July and afternoon hot summer rains will be common. On July 1, the day will start with sunshine, in the afternoon from the northeast it will be cloudy in Dobrogea and on our northern Black Sea coast it will rain.

By July 8 there will be a lot of sun and high temperatures.

Afternoon cooling in the mountains is expected in the period 2 to 4 July. In the western parts of the country there are conditions for thunderstorms.

It will be hot from July 5 to 8, and the readings of the thermometers in the traditionally warmest places will reach 37.40 degrees.

At the end of the first ten days (from 9 to 10) there will be a short-term cooling and precipitation in the western regions. In the coming days – from 11 to 14 July, it will gradually warm up again. Maximum temperatures will be between 37 and 42 degrees.

By the end of the second ten days, new short-term precipitation is expected on July 15 and 16 and at the end – on July 20, mainly in the western half of the country. During the third decade, precipitation will be common.

There is a possibility of rain in the period from July 21 to 24, with more significant precipitation over the western and central regions of the country.

From 25 to 26 precipitation will reach the eastern regions.

In the period 27-28, heavy rains are expected throughout the country. At the end of the month it will rain in the west, and on our Black Sea coast there will be more sun and sparse rainfall south of Bourgas.

Geomagnetic forecast

Eruptions on the 15th and 16th and around the 23rd of the 24th

The geomagnetic activity at the beginning of the month will be of low intensity and temporary intensification around July 4. From July 8 to 12 it will intensify and around July 10 a weak geomagnetic storm is expected in the northern latitudes.

From the middle of the month it will be with intensity at medium levels, and from 26 to the end of the months it will be predominantly low. An increase in the intensity of geomagnetic activity with conditions for weak geomagnetic storms is about 15.16 and about 23.24, when the probability of magnetic storms in the latitudes of the Balkans is higher.

In July, some of the highest temperatures in Bulgaria were measured. In 2000, the heat was long and record high. Then, on July 5, the highest temperatures since the air temperature was measured in many cities. In Plovdiv, the mercury in the thermometers reached 45. It was hot with temperatures up to 43 degrees in 1987, 1985, 1945, 1927, 1916, 1909.

Folk meteorology

As the heatwaves – so is the winter

Folk meteorology includes weather forecasts that are based on traditional knowledge and observations of the movement of celestial bodies, atmospheric phenomena, animal behavior, the condition of trees and plants. They synthesize the centuries-old work experience of the farmer and usually they are passed down from generation to generation as knowledge confirmed by practice. For July, folk meteorology reads:

The hotter the 15th, 16th and 17th of July (the hot ones in the old style or 28, 29, 30 in the new one), the hotter the winter will be. From the time during these three days, the weather in December, January and February is judged.

If it thunders on Ilinden (July 20), the fruit will be damaged, the walnuts will be wormy, but the wine will be good.