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Unstable weather is expected till July 20 throughout Georgia
10:10 18.07.2012
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From today till July 20 unstable weather is expected throughout Georgia. According to forecasters, rain is expected and in some regions hail as well. 

As “internet.ge” was informed by the National Environment Agency, the temperature will also fall.

On July 19-20 heavy rains are predicted in the West and East Georgia. From July 21, weather without sediment will be continued on the entire area of Georgia.

Temperature will also rise again from July 21.

 internet.ge

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