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Springs and autumns in Sofia are relatively short with variable and dynamic weather, intensive storms, sudden cold or heat waves.
The city receives an average precipitation of 581.8 mm (22.91 in) a year, reaching its peak in late spring and early summer when thunderstorms are common.
While the 18 earthquakes were of very high intensity and were destructive, the 2012 Pernik earthquake occurred west of Sofia with a moment magnitude of 5.6 and a much lower Mercalli intensity of VI (Strong).
The 2014 Aegean Sea earthquake was also noticed in the city.
A number of low rivers cross the city, including the Vladayska and the Perlovska.
Artificial and dam lakes were built in the twentieth century.
After the Celtic invasion in 3rd century BC Tilataei were conquered by the Celtic tribe of Serdi.
The Celts were assimilated by the local Thracian population during the late Hellenistic period in 2nd – 1st century BC.
However, the city is also subjected to heat waves with high temperatures reaching or exceeding 35 °C (95 °F) in the hottest days, particularly in July and August.
The highest recorded temperature is 41 °C (106 °F) (5 July 2000 and 24 July 2007).