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30.6.2014. (14:51)
WEATHER FORECAST
 
SARAJEVO, June 30 (FENA) – It will be sunny and moderately cloudy in BiH tomorrow. Wind weak of northern and northeastern direction.

Lowest morning temperature between 9 and 14 degrees, in south of Herzegovina from 14 to 19 degrees. Highest daily temperature mostly between 22 and 26 degrees, in south of Herzegovina to 28 degrees.

It will be cloudy in Sarajevo in the morning. It will be sunny and moderately cloudy during the day. Morning temperature around 11 degrees and highest daily around 24 degrees.

Temperature at 2 p.m.: Bjelašnica 6, Ivan-sedlo 12, Sarajevo 14, Bihać, Srebrenica, Tuzla and Zenica 15, Doboj, Mostar and Stolac 17, Bijeljina, Bugojno, Kupres and Sanski Most 18, Livno 19, Banja Luka 20, Drvar 22, Trebinje 23 degrees, FBiH Hydro-meteorological Institute (FHMZ) reports.

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