A severe thunderstorm hit the Zagreb region last night, with heavy showers and thunder expected to continue on Tuesday, particularly along the sea. The rain will be heavier in some areas, especially in the first half of the day in central parts of the country and in eastern regions, where a north-easterly wind will blow. According to Tomislava Hojsak, B.Sc. ing for HRT, there is a possibility of sleet and snow in the highest mountains at the end of the day. On the Adriatic, moderate and strong winds are expected to blow from southerly and southwesterly directions during the day, which may turn into a gale that can be strong with storm surges.
Temperatures on the mainland are expected to range between 5 and 10 degrees Celsius during inland areas, while temperatures on the Adriatic could reach up to 15 degrees Celsius but are expected to drop towards evening. Wednesday is expected to be cloudy and windy throughout Croatia’s mainland, with less rain falling mainly in Dalmatia. Snow and sleet are predicted to occur in Lika and Zagora’s highest areas, while possible thunderstorms may occur in southern regions during the second part of the day. Moderate to strong winds with occasional stormy northeast speeds are expected throughout Croatia’s mainland on Wednesday. On the Adriatic side of Croatia, moderate gales with storm surges can be anticipated especially at Velebit’s foot. Temperatures on Wednesday will range between 4 and 9 degrees Celsius during most parts of Croatia’s mainland coastline before dropping by evening between 10