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Meteorological Service issues Weather Warning for Athens and Attica

Greece’s National Meteorological Service EMY has issued early afternoon Wednesday a warning of dangerous weather phenomena forecast to strike Athens and Attica. EMY warns of strong rainfalls, thunderstorms and locally also hail. The weather phenomena are expected to last until the late evening hours of Wednesday, April 17, 2019. Meteorological …

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Barometric low to strike Greece with rain, storms and snow

So far, the month of March has shown that it cannot decided whether it’s a month belonging¬† spring or winter. One day bright sunshine, two days rain and cold. Sunshine on Thursday? Rain and storm on Friday… In this pace and sense, a new barometric low coming from the West …

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Next bad weather front with heavy rainfalls, thunder- and hailstorms

Greece’ National Meteorology Service EMY warns of one more bad weather front with strong rainfalls, thunder- and hail-storms and gusty winds. The weather deterioration is expected to set in in the West and the North of the country and expand to the islands of the Cyclades, the Dodecanese and Crete. …

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National Meteo Service warns of “express” weather deterioration with rain, storms, hail

Greece’s National Meteorological Service (EMY) has issued a ‘weather deterioration’ report and warns of extreme rainfalls, storms, hail and very strong winds in several regions across the country. The EMY warning refers to today, Tuesday, and tomorrow, Wednesday, August 29-30 2017. The forecast predicts that the extreme weather deterioration will …

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Rainfalls, Storms, Hail… sudden change in the August weather

Enough with this permanent sunshine and the high temperatures. Meteorologists forecast a sudden change in the weather with rainfalls and sporadic storms and temperature drop up to 5 degrees Celsius. Forecast Monday, 21 August 2017 The rain weather will set initially in northern Greece and will gradually move to most …

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