The upcoming week’s weather forecast for Croatia is expected to bring some significant changes to the country. On Monday, temperatures will rise as a strengthening south wind blows in, bringing new cloud cover and the possibility of rain, particularly in northern Adriatic and mountainous regions. Central Croatia may also experience foggy mornings with rain showers in the evening.
On Tuesday, the strong south wind will turn into a powerful storm that will hit the north of Croatia. The storm could become severe on Wednesday, especially near Velebit. Temperatures are expected to drop gradually, with snowfall possible in mountainous regions of Croatia. By Thursday, temperatures will begin to stabilize and become more moderate, with mostly sunny skies and weak to moderate northeasterly winds.
In eastern Croatia, partly sunny skies and light winds are predicted on Monday, with a possibility of rain in the evening. In central Croatia, foggy mornings and temperatures between 0-5°C are expected on Monday with rain in some areas towards the end of the day. Dalmatia will experience moderate cloud cover and rain throughout Tuesday and Wednesday while southern parts of Croatia will have gradual cloud cover and moderate south winds with temperatures ranging from 16-18°C.