This week starts with clear sky and high temperatures in Romania, but the weather is expected to change starting Wednesday, October 22, bringing low temperatures, rain and even snow at high altitudes.

Romania’s Meteorological Association (ANM) made an estimation regarding the weather’s evolution between October 20 and November 2, for all regions in the country, namely Banat, Crisana, Transylvania, Maramures, Moldova, Dobrogea, Muntenia, Oltenia and the mountain areas.

  • Banat (includes the cities of Timisoara and Arad)

In the first two days of this week, the weather remains hot with maximum temperatures between 20 and 22 degrees Celsius, but low temperatures of maximum 11 degrees Celsius are forecasted for the period between October 22 and October 25. After this period, the temperature is expected to go slightly up to 14 degrees Celsius. Rain is expected between October 21 and October 24, and also after October 28.

  • Crisana (largest city in the region is Oradea)

ANM also forecasts hot weather for this region in the beginning of the week, but temperatures below 10 degrees Celsius starting with October 22. After October 25, the temperature is expected to increase slightly. Rain is forecasted for the period between October 21 and October 23, and again after October 28.

  • Transylvania (includes Cluj-Napoca, Sibiu, Brasov, Targu Mures, Alba Iulia)

Hot weather and temperatures of up to 19 degrees Celsius are forecasted for this region in the first two days of this week, but the weather is expected to get colder starting Wednesday. The average maximum temperature is expected to drop to 5 degrees Celsius until October 26. After that date, the weather will be warmer. Rain is expected between October 21 and October 23, as well as on October 28 and in early-November.

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