Spain has been one of the pre-summer heat waves for at least 20 years.
Temperatures in the Guadalquivir River valley, Seville and the neighboring town of Cர்டrdoba reached 40ºC last Saturday (11), according to the country’s national meteorological agency AEMET.
“We are experiencing unusually high temperatures in June,” said Ameet’s spokesman Ruben del Combo.
According to the agency, the heat wave in most parts of the country is the result of general stability, which is accompanied by warmer winds coming from North Africa.
This Sunday (12), the temperature reached 43ºC in the southern cities of Andujar and 42ºC in Cர்டrdoba and Carmona.
Also according to AEMT, the heat wave will last until next Thursday (15).
Two women walking with umbrellas in the center of Madrid. – Photo: Paul White / AB
Someone is trying to sell hats to tourists in central Madrid. – Photo: Paul White / AB
The heat wave will continue until next Thursday (15), according to the Spanish Meteorological Agency AEMT. – Photo: Paul White / AB
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