In an update with the newest prognostic data, of the emergency bulletin of dangerous weather phenomena, which it issued yesterday and which refers to the heat wave that causes from 12-7-2023 intermittent heat conditions with the name CLEON in many regions of the country, the EMY proceeded.

Extreme risk of fire – State of alarm tomorrow Monday for the regions of Attica, St. Greece, Peloponnese, W. Greece, S. Aegean

In summary:
– On Sunday 23-7-2023, a heat wave felt throughout the country, with temperatures up to 45 degrees Celsius
– On Monday 24-7-2023 temporary retreat of very high temperatures.
– On Tuesday 7-25-2023 and Wednesday 7-26-2023 new (the third) thermal flare-up.
– On Thursday 27-7-2023 a noticeable drop in temperature throughout almost the entire country.

More specifically:

On Monday 7-24-2023 the temperature is predicted to drop by 2 to 5 degrees Celsius, with the largest drop observed in the east of the country and the smallest in the west. The maximum values ​​will reach:
a. in continental areas 38 to 40 and in places in Central Greece and the Peloponnese 41 to 42 degrees Celsius
b. in the Ionian Islands, the Dodecanese and southern Crete 37 to 39 degrees and in the rest of the island country 35 to 36 degrees Celsius.

According to all available forecast data, very high temperatures are expected again on Tuesday 7-25-2023 and Wednesday 7-26-2023. Maximum values ​​will reach their continental 42 to 44 degrees Celsius.

On Thursday 27-7-2023 the temperature is predicted to drop by 6 to 8 degrees in most areas of the country.

As EMY points out in its relevant announcement, the forecasts will be updated every twenty-four hours with the latest data and details on the evolution of temperatures.

More details in the daily regular and extraordinary weather bulletins, on the EMY website (