Scorching temperatures expected to continue for weeks
If you thought this heat wave wouldn’t last much longer, think again. This is what the forecaster predicts for the remainder of August and he September.
If you’re anywhere in Europe this week, you’ll be sweltering through what feels like a constant heat wave.
About 26 regions in France were put on an ‘orange alert’ as temperatures soared to potentially record-breaking levels.
The holiday hotspots of mainland Spain, Mallorca and Ibiza face temperatures of 36-38°C, while Rome and Madrid suffer maximum temperatures of 35°C.
Locally, thermometers hit a high of 33-34 degrees Celsius in Monaco and surrounding cities on Wednesday. His average maximum temperature in August in Monaco is usually around 27°C.
But how long will this heat wave last?
Well, it doesn’t look like there will be a big drop anytime soon. Temperatures in the 30s are expected to continue from the 4th (Thursday)th 7 until Sundayth August.
1 week from August 8thth Until Sunday 14thth August, meteo france Most regions say the weather is usually hot, dry and sunny. However, sprouting clouds with localized stormy showers in the mountains could drop temperatures by a few degrees. However, this will be short-lived as mercury is set to be higher than normal and a new episode of hot weather is forecast for the southern half of France later this week.
meteo france This trend will continue into the last two weeks of August, when temperatures are expected to be in the 30s and above average this season.
Only a slight drop in temperature is expected at the beginning of September, with highs of 28-29 °C and then reaching the mid-twenties around the 12th.th of September.
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