Meteorologist Sakis Arnautoglu warns of a heatwave approaching Europe – the thermometer will rise above 40°C.
Greece is not likely to be affected by a major heat wave, but some European regions will reach 42-43°C this coming weekend. The meteorologist says newsbeast, writes in his Facebook post:
“A very severe May heatwave will affect much of southwestern Europe in the coming days, and the rest of Europe will be very hot as well,” he said. EXCEPT GREECE. Temperature deviations will be up to 16 degrees above average. Parts of Spain and Portugal will mostly be 40°C, while the current forecast for Seville this weekend is 42-43°C!!!”
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