The cerulean skies of mid-summer Malta seem set to erupt in thunderstorms. The weather gurus at the Facebook site ‘It-Temp Madwarna have warned that the famous ‘Għerejjex’, the particular seen normally after the feast of Santa Marija in mid-August may come early this year.
The Mediterranean is set to receive a stream of cool air from the Balkans. When this meets the warm Mediterranean air mass, it is likely that thunderstorms will form on or around the Maltese Islands. All this is expected to happen during the coming weekend.
So, will it be primping up for the village Festa in boots, this year?