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Temperature in Georgia will fall
10:25 27.06.2012
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Temperature throughout Georgia is expected to decline.

As the National Environment Agency short-term prognosis department said to “internet.ge”, cloudy weather will last till the end of the month.

According to forecasters, the temperature in western Georgia is expected to decline to 24 degree, also strong rain and winds are expected.  

As for eastern Georgia, winds and rains, and somewhere hails, are predicted here too. The temperature will increase from July 2. 

“Short rains are expected over at times in the capital, the temperature will reduce to 28 degree. Law temperature throughout the country will last for one week”, - forecasters said. 

Internet.ge

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