"Hottest day of year" so far in Serbia

Temperatures are expected to rise up to 42 degrees centigrade in many towns in Serbia on Monday, making it the hottest day of this year so far.

Source: B92

The capital city of Belgrade, and Valjevo in western Serbia reported 30 degrees at 09:00 CET this morning.

Meanwhile, mountain resorts on Kopaonik and Sjenica will be cooler with highest temperatures expected to reach 24 and 27 degrees, respectively.

But forecasters say temperatures will drop in the night between Monday and Tuesday, with showers and thunderstorms expected in many places.

As always, doctors are advising staying out of the sun, eating light, and taking plenty of fluids.

In Belgrade, the city water management company has trucks with drinking water placed in Republic Square, Zeleni Venac, and Slavija.


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