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23.5.2014. (14:55)
WEATHER FORECAST
 
SARAJEVO, May 23 (FENA) – It will be mostly cloudy and unstable in BiH tomorrow.

Sprinkles and local showers are expected in the morning. Stronger showers and thunder expected in the afternoon. Wind weak to moderate of western and southwestern direction.

Morning temperature between 12 and 18 and highest daily between 22 and 28 degrees.

It will be mostly cloudy in Sarajevo. Shower is expected in the morning. Morning temperature around 15 and highest daily around 26 degrees.

Temperature at 2 p.m.: Bjelašnica 13 degrees, Kupres 24, Neum 25, Sokolac 26, Gradačac and Livno 27, Doboj, Sanski Most, Srebrenica and Trebinje 28, Bihać, Bijeljina, Goražde, Prijedor, Sarajevo, Stolac, Tuzla and Zvornik 29, Banja Luka, Bugojno, Mostar and Čapljina 30 and Zenica 32 degrees, FBiH Hydro-meteorological Institute (FHMZ) reports.

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