Meteorologists report high temperatures in Central and Western European countries, especially in the Atlantic Ocean.
After days of cool and occasional cold weather in Europe in June, the temperature will rise suddenly and in some places will spike to 40 degrees, officials warned.
Meteorologists report high temperatures in Central and Western European countries, especially in the Atlantic Ocean, as a result of high pressure and storms in the Atlantic Ocean.
Officials say that this situation will trigger the heat wave coming from north Africa. Meteorological data show that in major cities such as Madrid, Paris, Brussels, Frankfurt and Berlin, temperatures will be at least 32 degrees Celsius and in some regions will rise up to 38 degrees Celsius. In the French capital of Paris, private pools were set up on the banks of the Seine River to fight against the hot weather, while the Spanish Meteorological Agency Aemet issues a ‘yellow alarm’ for next Sunday.