Europe to experience a soar in temperature, throughout this week: Accuweather 


July 1,Oslo: AccuWeather’s global center on Wednesday has stated that there has been an extreme heat  build up across, Spain and Portugal, “hot conditions will continue to expand across Europe this week. Many locations from France and England into Germany and Poland may experience their hottest conditions of the summer,” AccuWeather said.

The Center which is popular for its mobile weather app stated that temperatures will continue to rise daily across western Europe as a ridge in the jet stream builds across western and central Europe. “This will help to transport the hot air found across Spain and Portugal farther to the north and east,” the centre said through a statement issued on Wednesday.

According to Accuweather,the hottest day during this stretch of dangerous heat is expected to occur on Wednesday in many areas from France to England, while the worst of the heat will hold off until later in the week in Germany and Poland. Eastern Europe will also see temperatures on the rise this week, but the extreme heat will not advance that far to the east.

In Paris, temperatures will peak on Wednesday when a high temperature near 38 C (100 F) is expected. Paris has not had temperatures this high in nearly three years. The last time the temperature hit 38 C (100 F) was in August of 2012 at the Orly International Airport. This was also the last time temperatures soared above 35 C (95 F).

Warmth will also surge to the north into England. Temperatures in London will soar into the lower 30s C (near 90 F) on Wednesday. High temperatures this time of year typically are closer to 21 C (70 F). In fact, the low temperature in London on Tuesday and Wednesday nights will not fall below the average high temperature.

The hot days combined with warm nights that are expected to prevail for much of the week in London and Paris will create dangerous conditions for those that are unable to escape the heat. People should make sure to stay hydrated and check on the elderly during this surge of heat.

The 2015 Wimbledon Championships began this week in London. Only one of the 20 competition courts has a retractable roof. As a result, fans and athletes will have to deal with the oppressive temperatures.

Brussels and Amsterdam will also have to deal with extreme heat from Wednesday into this weekend. High temperatures will exceed 32 C ( 90 F) for several days during this stretch of time.

While there will be a slight reprieve from the hot conditions across northwest Europe on Thursday, it will still be much warmer than normal. Temperatures will again surge higher later in the week and into the weekend.

Overall, the weather pattern across much of Europe will feature warmer-than-normal temperatures though the middle of July with only a few brief breaks from above-normal temperatures.

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