The cold weather was brought by an atmospheric front that entered Moldova on the night of July 13. The temperatures dropped by about 7 degrees Celsius and the wind intensified.
Contacted by IPN, Nadejda Stolear, forecaster on duty, said there won’t be rain the coming night or tomorrow.
There will be between 8 and 13 degrees Celsius the coming night. On June 14, the thermometers will vary between 20 and 25 degrees Celsius during the day. As of July 16, daytime temperatures will rise to 30 degrees Celsius and will return to the normal levels for this period of the year.