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31.7.2014. (14:53)
WEATHER FORECAST
 
SARAJEVO, July 31 (FENA) – It will be moderately to predominantly cloudy and unstable weather in BiH tomorrow with rain, showers and thunder.

Rain is expected in northern and northeastern areas in the morning and in the rest of the country during the day.

Morning temperature from 13 to 19, in south to 22, and highest daily from 20 to 29 degrees.

It will be moderately to predominantly cloudy in Sarajevo with rain, showers and thunder during the day. Morning temperature around 13 and highest daily around 24 degrees.

Temperature at 2 p.m.: Bjelašnica 8 degrees, Sokolac 15, Ivan-sedlo and Sarajevo 18, Livno 19, Kupres 20, Goražde and Tuzla 22, Bijeljina, Bugojno, Gradačac, Neum and Zenica 23, Bihać, Drvar and Mostar 24, Prijedor, Sanski Most and Čapljina 25 and Stolac 26 degrees, FBiH Hydro-meteorological Institute (FHMZ) reports.

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