CHRISTMAS EVE is a sign of cloudy weather throughout the country, and due to the influx of warmer air temperatures are rising markedly.
The south wind has blown in the Adriatic, which will gradually strengthen towards evening, and reach its peak on Christmas, in the second part of the day.
Until 1 pm, it rained exclusively on the Adriatic, but no significant amounts fell anywhere. However, the instability of the atmosphere is evidenced by the scenes that could be seen this morning around 10 am between Korčula and Pelješac.
Namely, at that time, a waterspout developed in the canal, which lasted for ten minutes over the sea.
"It was large and moving slowly towards Peljesac. When it approached the coast, it fortunately disintegrated," a resident of Korcula, who recorded this dangerous weather phenomenon, told Dalmatia today
One boat found itself in the path of a waterspout. Fortunately, it avoided the waterspout by only a few tens of meters ...