Last night, a severe thunderstorm hit the Zagreb area, bringing heavy rain and thunder showers. This morning, the showers are expected to continue in the region, with some areas experiencing particularly heavy downpours. The eastern part of the country is also expected to see strong winds coming from the north-east. At the end of the day, sleet and snow may be seen in the highest mountains of Croatia, according to meteorologist Tomislava Hojsak.
On the Adriatic Sea, moderate to strong southerly and southwesterly winds are expected today, which may turn into a gale with storm surges later on. Inland temperatures are likely to range between 5 and 10 degrees Celsius. Meanwhile, temperatures on the Adriatic could reach up to 15 degrees Celsius but are expected to drop in the afternoon.
Tomorrow on the mainland is expected to be cloudy and windy with less rainfall mainly in Dalmatia. Snow and sleet are predicted in higher areas of Lika and Zagora with possible thunderstorms in southern parts of Croatia. The second half of the day may see partial clearing with scattered rain mainly in Lika and Dalmatia. Winds are anticipated to be moderate to strong at times reaching stormy northeast speeds. On the Adriatic Sea, moderate gales with storms are expected especially at Velebit’s foot and with hurricane force winds. Temperatures for tomorrow will mostly range between 4 and 9 degrees Celsius dropping at evening while temperatures on Adriatic sea will be between 10