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Monday, 12 September 2016
Records set to tumble as heat wave moves into second week in parts of Europe
Unusually warm weather is about to go into its
second week in many parts of northern Europe and the UK this week with
temperatures set to hit 30C (86F) in many areas.
Although the temperatures are not record
breaking the heat wave is highly unusual not only with the high temperatures
but also its length of duration as it moves into its second week today and set
to last well into this week.
Here in Holland despite a misty start in
some places, the temperature is set to hit 30 degrees in southern parts of the
country on Monday, weather bureaus said.
Tuesday and Wednesday are set to be even
warmer and the heat wave could continue into Thursday, according to weather
‘If we look back over the past 100 years, I
expect weather records to tumble on a daily basis,’ Weerplaza spokesman Michiel
Severin told broadcaster NOS.
The current September record temperature
dates from 1919 when the temperature hit 29.6 degrees. Eastern Europe is also breaking
Unusually warm weather has been recorded in
the Czech Republic in the past days and yesterday was by far warmest day of the
current heat wave, the Czech Hydro meteorological Institute (CHMU) has said on
Record high temperatures for September 11
were measured at 96 meteorological stations out of the 146 stations in the
On Saturday, records were beaten at 46
The highest temperatures were registered in
the Central Bohemia Region.
Out of the total of 246 stations measuring
temperature in the country, 80 registered temperatures over 30 degrees Celsius.
The absolutely highest temperature of 32.2
(90F) degrees Celsius was measured in Prague-Karlov yesterday.
On Saturday, the record high temperature of
31.8 degrees Celsius was measured in Rez near Prague. The oldest station is in
Prague-Klementinum where temperature has been registered since 1775.
Hot and dry weather with temperatures
around 30 degrees Celsius in the afternoon will continue in the following days.
A slight temperature drop and precipitation
are forecast for Friday only.