The British Isles have been experiencing severe weather lately. There are very high temperatures in many parts of the region. It mainly affects residents of Northern Ireland, Wales and England. See what the numbers here have been showing recently with mercury bars.
Some time ago we wrote about the fact that historical heat records were broken in Canada. In one of the coldest countries in the world, temperatures from 45 to 49 degrees Celsius were recorded.
It seems that the heat wave has now decided to “attack” more countries. Residents of Northern Ireland, England and Wales also experience extreme temperatures. And in Castleridge, mercury bars on Wednesday showed 31.3 degrees Celsius. It has never been so hot here.
Record temperatures in Northern Ireland. There has never been such heat here until now
in the last days Record high temperatures were recorded in Northern Ireland. Never before have mercury bars been shown in this country at 31.3°C. Such measurements were made in the west of the country, in the city of Castlederg.
Interestingly, the previous record was set only a few days ago, on Saturday. Then 31.2 °C was recorded at BallywatticockWhich is located in the county bordering the Irish Sea.
Meteorologists have been warning the British Isles of impending heat for some time. The first ever extreme heat alarm was released. At that time, it was announced that in some areas mercury rods can show up to 33 ° C.
Source: TVN Meteo
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