Heat waves in Europe

Serbia, Romania, Croatia — one of the countries suffering from the heat wave. In Serbia, some places daytime temperatures exceed 40 degrees. Peak heat was promised on Tuesday.

In Romania, the "code orange" danger was announced in Bucharest and in many other areas. In Croatia, in some places there was no rain for the past three months.

A number of European countries suffering these days from an unprecedented heat wave. So, the next African anticyclone brought hot air to many areas of Italy.

The current week is believed to be the hottest this summer, forecasters warn. Not easily account for the tourists in Rome, Tuesday, there were 37 degrees. "I try not to travel during the hottest time of the day. Fortunately, there is enough shade, lots of fountains. Adapt can."

Escape from the intense heat and the Greeks. In some places, the temperature exceeded 40 degrees. Greek weather service issued a special warning, authorities urge people to be careful, it is easy to dress, use umbrellas. And, of course, the rescue — water. Wednesday is expected to further increase in temperature. Among the countries affected by the heatwave — Serbia, Croatia and Romania. In Serbia, some places daytime temperatures exceed 40 degrees. Peak heat was promised on Tuesday. In Romania, the "code orange" danger was announced in Bucharest and in many other areas. Predict, in particular, increased heat in the south and east. Temperature — 38-40 degrees. People try to hide in homes, offices, park in the shade. Croatia in some places there was no rain for the past 3 months. There is an acute shortage of water. drought affected crop. in some areas of the country saw record daily temperature on record.

Source: ru.euronews.com.

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