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They caught the figure of 48.7 degrees Celsius / The heat wave has covered Europe, all temperature records are being broken
Written by SOT.COM.AL 1 Korrik 2022
Record temperatures are being recorded across Europe as the heat wave has swept through almost the entire continent.
June is one of the warmest and in a large number of European countries the average temperature limit characteristic for the sixth month has been broken.
This also applies to the north of Europe, so two days ago a temperature of 32.5 degrees Celsius was recorded in Norway, which is a record in the Arctic Circle. Otherwise, the average air temperature in the Arctic Circle in Europe is 13 degrees.
In June, the temperature reached 35 degrees in Poland, and over 37 degrees Celsius in the area of ??eastern Germany, reports bbc.
Temperatures are record high in the Balkans as well. June temperature records were also broken in Slovenia and Croatia, while Bosnia and Herzegovina saw temperatures 0.2 degrees Celsius below the June record of 41 degrees Celsius.
Hell is also in the north of Africa, where 48.7 degrees were measured in Tunisia a few days ago.
Thunderstorms have also been recorded in Europe, while forecasts show that high temperatures are expected in the coming period as well.