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Extreme Europe heat wave to persist in Spain, France after many countries set all-time highs for June

July 1, 2019 Visit Europe No Comments Email Email

Relief from the record-breaking heat across central Europe will be brief as the sweltering conditions holding firm across France and Spain surge back to the north in the final days of June.

Temperatures have been soaring past 33 C (into the 90s F) daily since Monday. Wednesday was one for the record books across Europe with daily, June and all-time temperature records broken. This included the highest temperature ever recorded during the month of June in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic.

Temperatures soared to 38.2 C (100.8 F) at Radzyń, Poland, on Wednesday, while Coschen station (Berlin-Brandenburg) reached 38.6 C (101.5 F) in Germany. The all-time highest temperature ever recorded in Germany remains 40.3 C (104.5 F), set in Kitzingen on Aug. 7, 2015.

Paris experienced its hottest day so far this year on Wednesday, when temperatures rose to 34.6 C (94 F). Temperatures will continue to challenge that mark daily through Saturday.

Farther south in Spain, the brutal heat will send temperatures soaring to around 40 C (104 F) each day through Sunday in Madrid. The hottest locations across the country could have temperatures of 42-43 C (108-110 F) these days.

The dangerous heat will once again expand its grip across central Europe Saturday and Sunday.

The weekend will start with temperatures approaching or reaching 32 C (90 F) in Brussels, Belgium; and Cologne, Germany.

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