The initial heat wave broke some records in Spain, with Valencia Airport recording a temperature of 102 degrees Fahrenheit (39 Celsius) on Friday, surpassing the record set in 2017. In Madrid, the temperature rose. Up to about 105 Degrees of 40.5 degrees Celsius, according to the state Meteorological Agency, the largest heat wave in more than four decades.
World Meteorological Organization spokeswoman Claire Nullis said: “What we see today is unfortunately a foretaste of the future. Told the Independent Over the weekend, he warned that early heat waves are triggered by climate change.
Johann Rockstrom, director of the German government-funded Bodstam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Called on Twitter Europe’s scenario is “new in nature” and warns of severe weather if global emissions are not reduced.
The Sierra de la Culebra, in the Castile and Mount Lyon mountains in northwestern Spain, is one of the most devastated areas with a trade union. Call Wildfire “is a real monster”, it once created a high orange wall in the green landscape.
On Monday, an emergency plane stopped extinguishing fires in rural land in the west of the country, while wildfires continued to burn in areas including Navarre and Catalonia, Reuters news agency reported.
Hundreds of firefighters have been deployed in several areas, including Zamora in the northwest and Valencia in the southeast.
Authorities in northeastern Catalonia say emergency services are struggling to contain more than 30 fires over the weekend, the Guardian said. Reported.
The heat wave in Europe also hit France, and the UK was warned by the Health Security Agency. Temperatures in London have risen to 89 degrees Fahrenheit (32 degrees Celsius) as experts say hot winds are blowing from North Africa.
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