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Event Details

Heatwave event report

Category: Heatwave
Observation: 05.07.2010
Continent: Europe
Country: Spain
State: MultiProvinces
Area: Andalusia, Extremadura
Severity: Hight
Event details
The heatwave hitting Europe at the moment is likely to reach 41oC - that's a massive 106oF! That's according to the article: Heat Wave Weather for Spain this coming week, temperatures could rise to 41 o C. Andalusia, Extremadura and inland areas will be worst hit, with temperatures peaking on Tuesday. If you're heading to Spain this week, make sure you drink plenty of water and consider taking a siesta at the hottest part of the day. Read more about the Siesta in Spain. If you're still in the planning stage for your Spain vacation and are put off by the idea of such scorching heat, have no fear - Spain's weather varies greatly at different times of year.
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