Europe heat wave this weekend, again

England will come close to its hottest temperature on Friday, set during the hottest temperatures of the previous week. According to the UK Meteorological Office of England, the Meteorological Service of England, the high July will bring all the country’s heat records closer to 38.7 degrees Celsius (101.6 degrees Fahrenheit) on Friday.

The Meteorological Department has already issued heat alerts for parts of England as temperatures are expected to reach 37 ° C (99 Fahrenheit) by the end of this week.

However, this time heatwave conditions in London and some surrounding areas are expected to persist for at least seven days.

CNN meteorologist Taylor Ward said, “Although this heat wave may not see a greater rise in temperature than in the previous week, the summer period will be much longer.”

“The heat from last week was really just a one-to-two-day issue. This heat wave would last across the region for at least five days, with 36 Celsius (97 Fahrenheit) each day from Friday to Monday in cities such as Paris. Is likely to happen. ”

The temperature is forecast to exceed 32 Celsius (90 Fahrenheit) every day until the following week.

Belgium may raise temperatures to more than 14 ° C in some places on Sunday, as high temperatures exceed 32 Celsius (90 Fahrenheit). Brussels is expecting higher levels around 34–35 Celsius (mid-90s F) over the weekend.

Amsterdam and other parts of the Netherlands may experience high temperatures near 32 Celsius (90 Fahrenheit) this weekend.

The above average heat is expected to continue for the next nine days in Western Europe.

“When a heat wave lasts for such a period the effect can be complicated,” Ward said. “Many homes in the region do not have air conditioning and when temperatures get well into the mid-30s (mid to upper 90s Fahrenheit), buildings may not be cold, putting people at risk. , Especially the elderly and those with health conditions. “