In the south of Spain the brutal heat sent temper

13 Aug 2019 admin

first_imgIn the south of Spain, the brutal heat sent temperatures soaring to around 40°C (104°F) each day through Sunday in Madrid.The hottest locations across the country could have temperatures of 42-44°C (108-112°F) these days.The dangerous heat once again expanded its grip across central Europe on Saturday and Sunday.The weekend was forecasted to start with temperatures approaching or reaching 32°C (90°F) in Brussels, Belgium; and Cologne, Germany.It also spread much farther to the north than earlier last week with widespread highs of 27-30°C (80-86°F) across England on Saturday.An increase in humidity will accompany the surging heat, pushing AccuWeather RealFeel Temperatures to near 32°C (90°F) in London.Similar actual highs were registered across southern parts of Norway and Sweden, away from the coast, on Saturday. In Oslo, temperatures can reach 26°C (79°F) on a day when a high closer to 19°C (67°F) is more common.June will end on Sunday with temperatures exceeding 32°C (90°F) for many communities in Germany, Poland, Czech Republic and Switzerland.Relief from Europe’s heatwave on the horizonAs quick as the heat surges back to the north, a storm is expected to sweep welcome cooler air into northern Europe.The more comfortable weather first spread across the U.K., Netherlands, Brussels and northern France on Sunday. It is predicted to sweep the heat out of the rest of northern Europe on Monday and Tuesday.Temperatures are set to return to or under 26°C (79°F) in Paris today.The cooler weather will reach Berlin, Germany; Warsaw, Poland; and Zürich, Switzerland, on Tuesday.Madrid will remain hot these days, but the heat will not be as extreme as in the final days of June. EU-Mercosur trade deal increases risk of banana ov … July 01 , 2019 You might also be interested in European apple production to fall by 20% … last_img

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