Although temperatures are above the average for this time of year in Sarajevo, as well as in the rest of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and mostly sunny weather prevails in the city, air quality is not at an enviable level, Vijesti.ba news portal reports.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH’s) capital has been at the top of the list of the most polluted cities in Europe for several years, especially during the autumn and winter, and this situation continues this year.
According to the data of air quality monitoring devices located within the United States Embassy in Sarajevo, the air quality index at 10:00 o’clock was 165 and was described as unhealthy.
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, sunny weather will prevail on Monday, followed by light rain. It will be foggy in the basins of Bosnia and along the river flows in the morning. The wind will be blowing in a slightly variable direction.
Morning temperature will go from 7 to 13 degrees Celsius, in the south from 10 to 16, and daily from 21 to 27 degrees Celsius.
It will be moderately to mostly cloudy in BiH on Tuesday, October 29, in the evening, rain is expected in Krajina and in the night from Tuesday to Wednesday in majority of BiH.
Morning temperature from 6 to 12 degrees Celsius, in the south to 15, and daily from 14 to 19, in the south to 22 degrees Celsius. In BiH on Wednesday, October 30, mostly cloudy weather will prevail, and in the mountains with snow.
The precipitations will cease in Posavina and Krajina in the afternoon, and in the rest of the day and in the evening in the remaining areas. Air temperatures in Bosnia from 3 to 9, and in Herzegovina in the morning from 8 to 14 and daily from 16 to 22 degrees Celsius, was announced by the Federal Meteorological Institute of BiH.