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PostSubject: The sun has got his hat on   Mon Apr 19, 2010 10:18 am

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The sun has got his hat on
Hip hip hip hoorah
The sun has got his hat on
And we're coming out to play

s s s s s s s

The barbecues out, the grass has had it's 1st cut, and I've got heat bumps on my arms for the first time ever!!

Well, there has to be a downside somewhere!!
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PostSubject: Re: The sun has got his hat on   Mon Aug 16, 2010 9:30 am

[size=55:28gydnfh]Sofia echo 16 August 2010

Heatwave over Bulgaria to last

Bulgaria will be subjected to several more days of a heatwave that will reach 40C in places, the meteorological service website said on August 16 2010.

People are advised to take every precaution necessary and avoid going out during the hottest hours of the days, and to hydrate as much as possible.

Average temperatures of between 35 and 40C for most of the country, with 32C-35C along the sea front, are expected. The water temperature will be warm at about 31C.

The weather will be exceptionally warm, even in the mountains at high altitude. At 2000 metres, temperatures will be at about 21C. Conditions will be sunny and calm.

Children and the elderly are the most vulnerable and should avoid direct exposure to sunlight for prolonged periods of time. Over the weekend, more than 200 people collapsed because of heat strokes and had to be hospitalised, the private Bulgarian television channel bTV said.

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PostSubject: Re: The sun has got his hat on   Mon Aug 16, 2010 12:40 pm

[size=55:2cddea2j]novinite 16 August 2010

Bulgarians Hope for Shorter Working Hours over Heat

Bulgaria's General Labor Inspectorate Executive Agency has suggested that employers should take into consideration the high temperatures and provide healthy and safe work conditions to their employees.

The agency has announced that there are no specific rules for work regime when the temperatures exceed 30 degrees Celsius, but there are optimal work place standards for temperature and air velocity, depending on the category of labor and the season.

The standards concern work places in the premises of enterprises for all industries.

The labor inspectorate agency also advised that employers should apply all possible technical and organizational measures for limiting the negative effect of the work environment on the employees' health.

“The sustained exposure to high temperatures can lead to heat stress. Heat rashes and fainting are the first symptoms of excessive heat exposure. If measures are not taken in the first phase of the heat stress, it can lead to heat stroke or exhaustion,” officials from the agency said.

They have explained that technical measures include technical means for cooling down the premises and providing fresh air for workers.

Additionally, sun blinds, fans and equipment for air-conditioned leisure premises could be provided with the recommendation that the difference in temperature between the work and leisure rooms does not increase 10 degrees Celsius.

Another tactics, suggested by the agency, is for the employer to undertake organizational measures like changing and decreasing the work hours for a certain period of time.

The recommended working clothes should be made of cotton and should be comfort and air permeable.

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PostSubject: September Brings Lower Temperatures, Winds to Bulgaria   Fri Aug 27, 2010 7:43 pm

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September Brings Lower Temperatures, Winds to Bulgaria

The scorching weather that swept Bulgaria for the most part of August is coming to an end and the next month will bring lower temperatures and winds, forecasts say.

Highs are forecast to vary between 28C and 33C across the country during the first two weeks of the month. The heat will come off the boil on September 12, when spells of cold air will cool down the country from the sweltering weather and push the mercury down.

Lows have been set to range between 4C and 9C.

These days will bring scattered rain showers in western and central Bulgaria, which may be accompanied by thunderstorms.

The weather will become more stable in the last four-five days of the month.

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PostSubject: Re: The sun has got his hat on   Fri Aug 27, 2010 10:28 pm

thank goddness for that, sorry guys, but i cannot stand heat at 40+, right now the evenings are cooling and a breeze is developing, its lovely, its bliss and i can sleep at night. so wonderful now it has changed. s
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PostSubject: End of Summer as Temperatures Plummet in Bulgaria   Sun Aug 29, 2010 9:36 am

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End of Summer as Temperatures Plummet in Bulgaria

Weathermen have pronounced end of meteorological summer in Bulgaria, as spells of cooler air are set to pass through the country Sunday, dropping temperatures by more than 10 degrees C.

Saturday was one of the hottest days of summer 2010, with 38 C measured at some points, and multiple temperature records broken.

The night marked the change in the weather, with cool gusts of wind, coming from the West and North-West. where the change will be most palpable.

Weathermen forecast 23-24 C high for capital Sofia, which Saturday sweltered in 36-degree heat.

At the Black Sea and Eastern Bulgaria the change will come later, around Sunday afternoon or night. There will be spells of rain across the country,

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PostSubject: Re: The sun has got his hat on   Mon Aug 30, 2010 7:04 pm



Typical just when its our turn to go over, we get the cooler weather c I can't believe it though, September has always been a fantastic month - we will stay positive g

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PostSubject: Re: The sun has got his hat on   Mon Aug 30, 2010 9:52 pm

thank goodness for normality, how you cope with these temperatures is beyond me, its torture for me here in the summer, autumn cant wait. bliss.
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PostSubject: Bulgaria’s long weekend weather   Fri Sep 03, 2010 2:38 pm

[size=55:3sgqe5vi]Sofia echo 03 September 2010

Bulgaria’s long weekend weather

The celebration of Unification Day on September 6 2010 means a three-day weekend in Bulgaria, but prospects for good weekend weather as summer nears its end seem mixed.

The capital city, Sofia, appears set to the worst off, with most forecasts predicting rain showers on all three days, and the capital city offering weather that will partly cloudy at best, with maximums of about 23 degrees C on Sunday and Monday.

Bulgaria’s main Black Sea city, Varna, may be among the best bets, although there is a possibility of rain on September 4 and partly cloudy weather on Sunday and Monday, with all three days of the weekend set for forecast highs of 24 degrees C.

In Plovdiv, the focus of Unification Day celebrations – the day commemorates the end, 125 years ago, of the short-lived republic of Eastern Roumelia, which had the central Bulgarian city as its capital – the forecast is for partly cloudy weather, with highs throughout the weekend of about 24 degrees.

This year’s Unification Day celebrations in Plovdiv will be attended by President Georgi Purvanov. Events include an exhibition celebrating Plovdiv’s contribution to the unification of Bulgaria, and at 8.30pm, a speech by Purvanov and a military parade.

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PostSubject: Re: The sun has got his hat on   Fri Sep 03, 2010 2:45 pm



So nice and hot to us than s s g

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PostSubject: Re: The sun has got his hat on   Sun Sep 05, 2010 5:56 pm

[size=55:3rageb4g]Focus 05 September 2010

Variable cloudiness has been forecast for the next 24 hours in Bulgaria, the national Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (NIMH) announced.
Only in some mountainous regions it might rain. The maximum temperatures will be between 21°C and 26°C, in Sofia about 22°C.
In the next three days the temperatures will go up and on Thursday the maximum ones will be between 27°C and 32°C.

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PostSubject: Re: The sun has got his hat on   Tue Sep 07, 2010 12:29 am

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Fab!!! we will be over on Sat so looking forward to having a bit of a summer - make a change to the rain here in the UK s s

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PostSubject: Re: The sun has got his hat on   Sat Sep 18, 2010 12:50 pm

[size=55:3o79sl83]18 September 2010

New Week Brings Lower Temperatures in Bulgaria

The scorching weather that recently swept Bulgaria is coming to an end and the next week will bring lower temperatures and winds, forecasts say.

Highs are forecast to vary between 28C and 33C across the country on Saturday and Sunday, but the heat will come off the boil on Monday, when spells of cold air will cool it from the sweltering weather and push the mercury down.

Lows have been set to range between 5C and 10C.

The new week will also bring scattered rain showers in western and central Bulgaria.

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PostSubject: Re: The sun has got his hat on   Sun Sep 19, 2010 12:35 pm

Pouring down here in Shropshire :m4:

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PostSubject: Re: The sun has got his hat on   Sun Sep 19, 2010 12:51 pm

Today, the weather in Bulgaria will be warm and sunny with highs of 28 to 33 °C, in Sofia – around 30 °C. In the afternoon, there will be moderate southeastern winds and high clouds over many parts.

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PostSubject: Re: The sun has got his hat on   Sun Sep 19, 2010 2:41 pm

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Today, the weather in Bulgaria will be warm and sunny with highs of 28 to 33 °C, in Sofia – around 30 °C. In the afternoon, there will be moderate southeastern winds and high clouds over many parts.

And the most important day this week for some will be Saturday, and we all know why, don't we??
YES, its the big day in Silistra, Berni and Dougies project, The Orphanage Garden Party, so will it rain :m4: or will it shine s
Well folks, the forcast is looking good, sunny, 23c to 26c between 13.00hrs and 16.00hrs with a southerly wind at 3 knots and most important of all
NO PRECIPITATION. The sun shines on the righteous and by golly how they all deserve it. :Wav: :Band: :Dance: :Dance: :Celebration: :Wav: ::
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