The ‘temperature’ alarm again… Europe is scorching!

The UK Health Safety Agency (UKHSA) has issued a third-degree temperature warning to cover the whole country. Spain announced the hottest July since 1961 with an average temperature of 25.6 degrees, while France announced that July was the driest month.

The warning will last until August 14. The British Meteorological Service also warned that temperatures are expected to reach 35 degrees in some regions this week, that the temperature will be below the record level recorded in July, but that the heat wave may be effective for a longer period of time.

Britain has had the warmest July since 1935 this year, according to the weather service. On July 19, the air temperature in the country rose above 40 degrees for the first time. 


Spain is struggling with high temperatures. State meteorological agency AEMET, 25.6 degrees Temperature In Spain announced that it was the warmest July since 1961, with an average of The hottest day of the month was recorded with 46 degrees on July 24 in the town of Morn de la Frontera in Andalusia. The temperature record in the city was broken with 44 degrees measured in Ourense in the Galicia region.


. There is an increase in forest fires due to the extreme temperatures and insufficient rainfall in many regions of Spain. According to the European Forest Fire Information System (EFFIS), Spain has had its worst year of fighting wildfires this year. According to the system, more than 370 forest fires in Spain burned 240,000 hectares of land.

FRANCE HAS ITS driest month

Portuguese Marine and Atmospheric Institute (IPMA) announced that with an average temperature of 25.1 degrees, the hottest July in Spain since 1931 was recorded. In France, on the other hand, July was the driest month since 1959.


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