German, French and Spanish meteorologists are warning, and now the hot air is heading north.
OSLO (Nettavisen): Meteorologists in Germany, France and Spain are warning of ultraviolet radiation and extreme heat, as temperatures are expected to rise above 30 degrees again on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, Diyarbakir in Turkey was the warmest in Europe at 37 degrees, but Granada didn’t lag far behind. 36.3 degrees.
Many stations measured over 30 degrees. Palma de Mallorca, Zaragoza and Nîmes exceeded 35 degrees with a few decimal places.
In Norway, the forecast by the Meteorological Institute shows temperatures of up to 25 degrees during the week, possibly more when the intense heat starts from the continent.
Meanwhile, there is low pressure on the street, so the meteorologist Eldburg Moxness was careful not to make too many promises on Wednesday morning:
– It doesn’t get too hot and you don’t exactly feel a heat wave because the cloud cover is also changing, she says to Nettavisen.
But 25 degrees are definitely within reach.
– But she says it probably won’t be 30 degrees.
Real summer heat
– In southern Europe they now have real summer heat, in Spain with 34 degrees and 14 degrees Celsius. On Thursday the heat spreads north and we could get 30 degrees south in Sweden and Denmark, state meteorologist Pernel Purander told Nettavisen on Tuesday.
The German DWD is on the road with a “heat warning” and waits over 30 degrees southwest on Wednesday. At the same time, the intensity of ultraviolet radiation is high, especially in the north and northeast.
In France, Meteo France stated that the first half of June was the second warmest month in the country since measurements began.
The forecast for Wednesday points to another hot day in France. Temperatures are expected to reach 35 degrees in Bourg and Lyon and 34 degrees in Strasbourg and Toulouse.
In Spain, the temperature is reported to rise to 36 degrees, including in Zaragoza in the northeast of the country State Meteorological Office (AEMET).
French meteorology It came out on Thursday and pointed to very high temperatures from the Benelux to the Baltic states, but it’s unclear if there is a heat wave in parts of Europe now. The definition of a heat wave is that the temperature must be 5 degrees above the normal maximum temperature for five consecutive days.
Rise across the country
And, according to his reports, on Thursday temperatures were expected to rise in both southern and northern Norway Meteorological Institute:
– In the next few days the temperature will rise throughout the country, but in the north you have to be patient, as more summer heat is to be expected, they wrote on Twitter.
The hot air from the continent should hit us on Thursday. Trondheim, for example, can count on 23 degrees, Lillehammer and Skene 25 degrees and Oslo a whopping 25 degrees.
Suggest Friday Year no 26 degrees in Skien.
The weather could get warmer inland in southeast Norway, said state meteorologist Pernel Purander from the Meteorological Institute in Netavisen on Tuesday.
– The weekend will be more varied, but the hot air is constant and the temperatures can be between 20 and 25 degrees. Rainfall is expected in western Norway and Agder, but there may be occasional rain in eastern Norway during the night through Friday. Then it will be more on Saturday in Eastern Norway, so it can be a mild weekend, says Borander.
– Will it rain sometimes on weekends?
– It will likely be perfectly balanced, at least on Saturday. Then the night’s precipitation will gradually shift north to Sunday and Sunday morning. Then the weather becomes a bit more pleasant and Østafjell’s sunshine. Next week the forecasts will start to diverge slightly. The meteorologist says it depends a lot on where the high pressure is.
Tana Bridge scored 27 degrees
By the way, this weekend the Tana Bridge in Finnmark was the warmest in the country. It was measured at 27 degrees.
Low pressure comes from the sea and is causing clouds and rain in western and northern Norway this week, but it is gradually getting warmer, western Norway and Trondelag can expect temperatures of up to 20 degrees on Thursday.
– Are you also exposed to the sun?
– Yes that was it. It will rain occasionally through Friday, but weather and sun are expected this weekend. Hence, it is eastern Norway that receives precipitation. In Trondelag the weather can get cloudy. In Northern Norway the heat can wait, but according to a forecast on Sunday, Nordland can also expect almost 20 degrees. It’s a little cooler in the north, says Borander.