Mexico has established a record heat: 50 in the shade

This year, Mexicans can expect an "hell." Already, the country's temperature is over 50 degrees in the shade. Lack of rain in the country prevails drought — the earth was dry and covered with cracks. Experts note that such heat in Mexico was for decades.

But salvation is not far off, so by weather forecasters in a couple of weeks the rainy season and the season of tropical cyclones coming from the Gulf of Mexico. Unfortunately, the long-awaited rain can turn into another disaster — cyclones always bring heavy rains, which often lead to flooding, as parched earth absorbs water poorly, often the transition from drought to flooding occurs at lightning speed.

Note forecast meteorologist Russia, in Moscow next week to come 30-degree heat.

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