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Extreme north of Norway hits 30 °C, up to 32 °C at 70°N!

Exceptionally high temperatures in the extreme north of northern Europe are becoming an every day occurrence. It was yet another hot day yesterday for the region.






Banak, Norway again hit 32 °C (32.3), several station north of it hit 29-30 °C. Other parts of Norway further south, as well as parts of sweden and Finland climed up to 30-33 °C.


Maximum temperatures across north Europe on Monday, July 30, 2018. Map: meteociel.fr

More hot weather across the region in the next few days, as temperartures remain 8-12 °C above average.


3-day GFS temperature anomaly model guidance. Maps: Climatereanalyzer.org






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