Weather – Christina Rigus: African dust retreats Saturday, “hot invasion” from Sunday

Regression of its phenomenon on Saturday and significant, for the time, rise in temperature, from Sunday, predicts meteorologist Christina Rigos, speaking at today Friday (29.03.24) for the following days. “The last days of March will roll with spring to summer weather. Rains will be virtually nonexistent until the first fortnight of April. So on Saturday we generally wait at sea. African dust will have retreated,” Christina Rigus points out. “Only in Crete will it be in a little higher quantities in the atmosphere. The temperature on Saturday will be maintained at high levels, 6 to 7 degrees above normal. In other words, it will reach western and northern Greece 24 to 25 points and 26 in the rest of the country, locally in areas of Thessaly and Central Central Central Central Central Greece at all 27. With southers, generally in moderate tensions. Patients in the Aegean 2 to 3 Beaufort and moderate intensities in the Ionian 4, at most 5 Beauforts”, he stresses. “For Sunday we expect a warm invasion, which will raise the already increased temperatures further. In other words, we will see the thermometer at noon on Sundays ranging from 26 to 29 degrees Celsius, mild southerly and the amount of African dust in the atmosphere will slowly begin to increase from Sunday. This warm invasion will last until Tuesday,” he notes. African dust has been increasing since Monday As he says, on Monday we will see the thermometer reaching 30 degrees in areas of central Greece, prices that remind more summer than late March-April. African dust has been increasing since Monday across the country. In combination with mild winds, air pollution, moisture, southerly cocktails will be created quite harmful to the human body, especially in large urban centres. “On Tuesday, which is the last day we will be occupied by such high temperatures, 29 degrees i.e. we wait in areas of the eastern mainland only while in the rest of the country, west and north it will fall to 23 to 24”, he notes. “We will then see from mid-week a decreasing temperature trend that will still “keep” the maximum values above normal temperatures for the season,” he notes. “March is the ninth month streak that we have positively excluded temperatures from average prices. That is, from July that we had the extreme heats, after July, August, September until March the temperature is above average climate values”, the meteorologist concludes.