In the third decade of September of this year, the highest temperature was recorded on the 23rd of the month in Baku and Absheron Peninsula, up to 37 degrees, which is 6 degrees higher than the climatic norm.
APA informs that Gulshad Mammadova, director of the Bureau of Hydrometeorological Forecasts of the National Hydrometeorological Service, said that according to long-term meteorological data, such a high temperature has not been recorded at the end of September.
According to G. Mammadova, with this, the daily record indicator of 2012 (29.6 degrees) was updated.
The official of the service noted that in the coming days, the weather in the country will be mild, mostly without rain, and on September 27, 28, 29 and 30, it is expected to be foggy at night and in the morning.
Moderate southeast wind will prevail.
"In Baku and the Absheron Peninsula on September 27, 28, 29 and 30, the air temperature is expected to gradually rise to 24-27 degrees, in mountainous regions 17-22 degrees, and in lowland regions 30-34 degrees."