Wednesday, July 25, 2007

No weather report can escape the deadly heat wave in Southern Europe.

This unbelievable heat has been described by Greece as its longest heat wave in over 100 years. Temperatures have hit record high in several countries of the region.Bulgaria experienced its hottest temperatures since records began yesterday on 22nd., with the thermometer shooting above 45C (113F) in some parts. Cities in Serbia, Romania,Hungary and Greece, experianced temperatures between 43-45 c. Central Asia areas are reeling under intense heat,with the temperature touching 45 c in Turkestan,and also 45 c in Tunisia (N.Africa).

Budapest, Hungary, had its highest ever temperature of 40.6 c, and in Hungary itself, a new national record for the highest temperature was reached when Kiskunhalas reached 41.9 c !

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