The average monthly air temperature for July this year was above the annual average (1961-1990) in the whole country.
However, Dubrovnik was a record-breaker. The warmest day was Thursday, July 13th – the temperature was 37.9 °C, as reported by Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service.
According to the percentile distribution, the heat conditions in Croatia for July are described as extremely warm while the area of Pazin, Rijeka and Senj, part of the Central Adriatic and a part of the Eastern Croatia is in the category is very warm.
No surprises there – summer in Dubrovnik has been getting hotter and hotter. August will surely break some records too.