Global warming is increasing. The previous record on Christmas Day in Veliko Tarnovo was recorded in 1956, long before the more recent effects of the global warming started to kick in, and it was only 16.6 degrees Celsius.
There is good reason to reflect for a moment about global warming. Weather forecasts predict that as of Monday, all of Bulgaria will experience much lower temperatures with the still typical winter weather setting in by the end of next week.
Instead of the traditional snowy Christmas, several Bulgarian cities had temperature records on December 25, 2010, Christmas Day. The highest air temperature in Bulgaria on Saturday was recorded in the northern city of Veliko Tarnovo – 20.1 degrees Celsius. via