Lisbon breaks record for maximum temp, hits 44 C
Portugal’s climate service mentioned the capital reached 44 levels Celsius (111.2 levels Fahrenheit) on Saturday, surpassing town’s earlier file of 43 C (109.four F) set in 1981.
The day’s hottest temperature of 46.eight C (116.2 F) was recorded at Alvega within the middle of Portugal. The nation’s highest temperature on file is 47.four C (117.three F) from 2003.
The recent, dusty situations throughout the Iberian Peninsula are the results of a mass of scorching air from Africa.
Sunday’s forecast requires temperatures to dip barely whereas remaining extraordinarily excessive.