Record temperatures are making this November one of Croatia's warmest ever.
At its peak, Saturday 19 November reached a startlingly unseasonable 20 °C. That was recorded at Zagreb's Maksimir Park, where temperatures have been recorded since 1949. Before this weekend, the record for November stood at 19.5°C, from 1951.
Coastal towns have also been remarkably temperate, with heights of 21°C in some areas, and the sea temperature in Dubrovnik an inviting 20°C.
As tempting as it may be to enjoy this Indian Summer, it's a deeply worrying indicator of global warming, and is part of what the UN are predicting will be the world's warmest November ever.