Marousakis warning for Friday’s weather

Marousakis warning for Friday’s weather
Marousakis warning for Friday’s weather

Open meteorologist Klearchos Marousakis warns of problems that will be caused today by the storms that are expected in many regions of Greece. He emphasizes that the most dangerous weather day is Friday, drawing the attention of the citizens.

According to Mr. Marousakis, strong storms will occur in several areas on Friday, capable of creating even problems at a local level. The phenomena will begin to affect the northern part of the country from this afternoon, while from Friday the bad weather will also affect a large part of the mainland, including Attica and Thessaloniki.

The meteorologist’s post in detail:


Although the unsettled weather will persist this afternoon in several continental areas, great care must be taken tomorrow when strong storms will develop in several areas capable of creating local problems even.

More detail,

A barometric low continues to concern Italy and the northern Balkans, which, moving further east, occasionally causes unsettled weather in our region as well.

As we can see in the rainfall map that covers the Old Continent, this development causes heavy rains and storms in these areas.

Starting this afternoon, this bad weather system will cause further deterioration of the weather conditions in our country initially in Macedonia, Halkidiki, northern Thessaly but also the western northwestern Aegean with the main characteristics being strong storms, hail and intense lightning.

During the night and also tomorrow Friday, these phenomena will concern several areas of the Ionian sea, the continental core and the western and northern Aegean.
The areas that will be affected include both Attica and Thessaloniki.

Attached to the comments below is a rain-storm map for tomorrow.


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The article is in Greek


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