Saturday was a very warm and locally hot day in parts of southeast Europe. Temperatures peaked in Albania with 32 °C!
Temperatures in Albania reached up to 31.8 °C (Qyteti Stalin) and 31.3 °C (capital Tirana), the extreme south of Croatia pushed up to 28 °C. All these location experienced moderate Foehn warming, in addition to warm airmass being advected into the region from the central Other parts of the Balkans went up into the mid 20s. Another very warm day across the same region is expected today.