Two successive atmospheric disturbances will affect the country’s weather from tomorrow, Friday, November 10 to Monday, November 13. Detailed information on the upcoming bad weather from the meteo service of the National Observatory of Athens.
According to the latest forecast data from meteo.gr / National Observatory of Athens, the new bad weather will hit Greece from tomorrow, Friday (10.11.2023) to Monday (13.11.2023).
The main features of the weather will be:
* Locally strong rains and storms, which in some cases will be accompanied by hail.
* The prevalence of southerly and westerly winds that will occasionally reach 7 Beaufort on the seas and cause relatively high waves.
Regarding the first day of the upcoming bad weather, tomorrow Friday, the first atmospheric disturbance will cause rains and storms in the Ionian and in the western and southwestern continental regions from noon, which will spread to Macedonia and the rest of Thessaly by evening, of Sterea and the Peloponnese as well as in the south of Crete. The effects in the Ionian and in the western and southwestern continental areas will be strong in places and will be accompanied by hail.
The following maps show the rain expected in the afternoon and early evening hours of Friday (10.11.2023) as well as the areas with an increased chance of hail.
Black and white dots mark areas with an increased chance of hail with small hail, while red triangles mark areas with an increased chance of hail with larger hail.
In the Ionian in the afternoon and afternoon, southerly winds up to 6 Beaufort will prevail, which from the first evening hours will become westerly up to 5 Beaufort. In the Aegean the winds will turn southerly up to 6 Beaufort from the afternoon. The temperature will show a slight drop in places.
According to the Precipitation Episode Classification (RPI), which is implemented by the Meteo Unit of the National Observatory of Athens, the precipitation episode for tomorrow, Friday, November 10, is classified as Category 3 (Significant).
It should be noted here that the classification refers to the country as a whole and that the effects in the west and south-west will be strong in places and caution is advised.