At a Glance. “And it could climb even higher,” the service said, noting that 43C in the shade “is the average maximum temperature in Baghdad, Iraq in July”. Météo-France said the mercury at its Paris-Montsouris station in the French capital surpassed the previous high of 40.4C, set in July 1947, soon after 1pm and continued to climb, reaching 42.6C soon after 4pm. The high heat and dry conditions caused several fires during the heat wave. Fog. Germany’s national DWD weather service said it measured 41.5C in the north-western town of Lingen on Thursday, the first time the temperature has been recorded above 41C in the country. It breaks the previous record for the hottest day … All rights reserved. Thu 25 Jul 2019 09:24 Last night was also the warmest night of the year so far in Belgium.  However, a meteorologist at the institute stated that although above average, temperatures in the south of the country were not as extreme. In Belgium, where temperatures reached an all-time high of … Thameslink ran reduced services, with half of its lines unavailable. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun; 30. ... France, and 18.8C in Uccle, Belgium. , On 25 July, the Met Office announced that the United Kingdom had its hottest July day on record, with a temperature of 38.1 Â°C (100.6 Â°F) recorded at the National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB) in Cambridge. 1. , Two nuclear reactors in southwest France were shut down and the output of six reactors were curtailed to avoid breaching environmental limits on the temperature of the rivers they use for cooling water. 2.  Twenty-five weather stations in the country reported temperatures of 40 Â°C (104 Â°F) or higher on 25 July.  One death was reported. This beat the previous July record of 36.7 Â°C (98.1 Â°F) in 2015, and marked the second time in history that the country had recorded a temperature higher than 38 Â°C or 100 Â°F. , At SÃ¸mna-KvalÃ¸yfjellet, a weather station on a coastal hill 302 m (991 ft) ASL in Nordland in Northern Norway (65Â°13â²16â³N 11Â°59â²34â³E / 65.2210062Â°N 11.9926825Â°E / 65.2210062; 11.9926825), the overnight low on 28 July did not go below 26.1 Â°C (79.0 Â°F), beating the previous national record for the warmest night of 25.5 Â°C (77.9 Â°F) recorded 6 degrees of latitude further south in Halden, south of Oslo, in July 1933. , As of 1 August, the World Meteorological Organisation considered July 2019 to be at least tied for the hottest month ever recorded, based on global average temperature. July 25, 2019; LONDON — Never in recorded history has Paris been hotter than it was on Thursday, when the temperature neared 110 degrees. 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Previously, June 2019 was found to be the hottest June on record. © 2020 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies.  Hundreds of chickens also died whilst being transported to Poland on 24 July because of rising temperatures. The July 2019 European heat wave was a period of exceptionally hot weather, setting all-time high temperature records in Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. The government remains haunted by the heatwave of summer 2003, which led to 15,000 premature deaths, particularly of elderly people, and heavy criticism of authorities for not mobilising fast enough. Belgium - Belgium - Climate: Belgium has a temperate, maritime climate predominantly influenced by air masses from the Atlantic. Wednesday’s Dutch record of 39.3C (102.7F), set in Eindhoven, lasted less than 24 hours, with the mercury at a weather station at the southern Gilze-Rijen airbase climbing on Thursday afternoon to 40.4C, the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) said. First published on Thu 25 Jul 2019 06.08 EDT. , After the heat wave ended in mainland Europe, the mass of warm air traveled north to Greenland, causing a heat wave that led to a melting of some 197 gigatonnes (217 billion short tons) of ice in July.  This beat the record for the highest ever temperature recorded in Germany, following its previous record of 40.5 Â°C (104.9 Â°F) measured a day earlier. Units without air conditioning or openable windows were also taken out of service. Germany’s Deutsche Bahn also said rail passengers who had booked tickets for Thursday or Friday and wanted to delay their trips because of the heat could do so until 4 August without extra charge. On Tuesday, Meteo France registered 41.2C (106.1F) in the south-western city, breaking a 2003 record of 40.7C. Forecast for the next 2 weeks. 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The UK has recorded its second hottest day ever, with temperatures reaching 38.1C (100.6F) in Cambridge.  The following day, 40.7 Â°C (105.3 Â°F) was measured in Gilze-Rijen (also North Brabant). 43 / 39 °F.  The previous high temperature heat record 38.6 Â°C (101.5 Â°F), set in Warnsveld in 1944, was broken on 24 July in Eindhoven (North Brabant) where the temperature reached 39.3 Â°C (102.7 Â°F). Scientists say the climate crisis is making summer heatwaves five times more likely and significantly more intense. The July 2019 European heat wave was a period of exceptionally hot weather, setting all-time high temperature records in Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.  On 25 July, the record was again broken, reaching 41.8 Â°C (107.2 Â°F) in Begijnendijk (Flemish Brabant). Bordeaux saw an overnight low of 26.8 Â°C (80.2 Â°F), beating the previous record of 25 Â°C (77 Â°F, 2006); Lille saw 23.2 Â°C (73.8 Â°F), exceeding the July 2007 record of 22.5 Â°C (72.5 Â°F).  US National Snow and Ice Data Center estimated ice loss during the first week of August at 11â22 gigatonnes (12â24 billion short tons) per day with a total loss of 230 gigatonnes (250 billion short tons) for the melt season to date.  On 25 July, NS cancelled services on the SchipholâAntwerp high-speed railway between AmsterdamâSchipholâRotterdam, and the connection between AmsterdamâEindhoven and EindhovenâHeerlen. Hottest day on record: 38.7 °C recorded at Cambridge University Botanic Gardens on 25 July Dr Mark McCarthy is the head of the Met Office’s National Climate Information Centre. On the same day, 33.7 Â°C (92.7 Â°F) was recorded in Porvoo. , Many farm animals died as a result of the high temperatures, mainly due to ventilation systems failing. The heat wave has caused paralysis and chaos all over the continent. On 24 July, a fire broke out near Schumannseck, and hay bales caught fire in a field. 2019 HOT WHEELS #101/250 PORSCHE 917 LH #3/10 HW RACE DAY BLUE AND WHITE #11. The previous hottest month on record was July 2016. ... as the UK could encounter the hottest July day on record later this afternoon. , The heat wave was caused by a strong omega block, consisting of hot, dry air from North Africa, trapped between cold storm systems. With water restrictions in place in many areas, low river levels prompted officials to ban cruises on a 37-mile (60km) stretch of the River Danube in Germany.  This continued into the following day, except with four other routes made unavailable; AmsterdamâAlkmaar, AmsterdamâThe Hague, DuivendrechtâLelystad and SchipholâNijmegen. Due to a power failure in a chicken barn in Neer, 4,000 chickens died. Met Office analysts claim Cambridge recorded 38.7C on July 25 - smashing the previous record. A spokesperson from Heathrow said that flights had been affected by overnight storms as a result of the heat. Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium have recorded all-time national temperature highs for the second day running and Paris has had its hottest day … France’s SNCF rail operator and the Métro in Paris advised travellers to postpone their trips if possible.  Nevertheless, more than 50 French cities exceeded their previous high temperature records in this heat wave. A study published this year by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich said the 2018 summer heatwave across northern Europe would have been “statistically impossible” without climate change driven by human activity.  On the same night, widespread thunderstorms affected the country, with BBC Weather reporting around 48,000 lightning strikes overnight. 44 / 38 °F. The average global temperature in July was 1.71 degrees F above the 20th-century average of 60.4 degrees, making it the hottest July in the 140-year record, according to scientists at NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information. Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium have recorded all-time national temperature highs for the second day running and Paris has had its hottest day ever as the second dangerous heatwave of the summer sears western Europe. UK's hottest recorded day 'caused deaths of extra 200 people' ONS says death rate rose to 1,404 on 25 July, when mercury hit 38.7C during heatwave Published: 11 Dec 2019  The West Frisian Islands was the only region for which no weather alert had been issued but there was a heatwave for the first time ever on Vlieland and Terschelling since measurements started in 1996. Highs in Germany, Netherlands and Belgium exceeded for second time in 24 hours, Thu 25 Jul 2019 19.01 EDT  This was confirmed on 5 August by EU Earth Observation Network, which found it 0.04 Â°C (0.072 Â°F) hotter than the previous record-holder, July 2016. , Many heat-related incidents on the country's rail network caused widespread disruptions, especially affecting intercity services from London. , On 23 July, 80 departments of France were included in an orange heat wave alert by MÃ©tÃ©o-France, and 20 departments were included in a red alert the next day. And the mercury is expected to rise even further. The Norwegian Meteorological Institute said that it had recorded "tropical nights" in 20 locations in the south of the country, where temperatures stayed above 20 Â°C (68 Â°F) throughout the night.. A zoo in Belgium said it was feeding frozen chickens to its tigers and watermelons encased in ice to its bears.  Prior to this heat wave, the highest recorded temperature in Germany was 40.3 Â°C (104.5 Â°F) in Kitzingen in 2015. Belgium, France and Germany have been experiencing high temperatures for the past few days. On 28 July, Helsinki recorded a temperature of 33.2 Â°C (91.8 Â°F), breaking the city's previous record. , Several flights were cancelled and delayed from Heathrow, Gatwick and London City airports due to "extreme weather conditions across Europe". On 25 July, a bush fire occurred in Hamm, and a fire truck exploded when it became engulfed in flames whilst attending the scene. , On 25 July, a temperature of 42.6 Â°C (108.7 Â°F) was recorded in Lingen, Lower Saxony. July 2019. , In the Netherlands, an orange alert was put in place for the entire country due to the extreme heat. , On 26 July, all but essential travel had been advised against, after the extreme heat and storms caused severe disruption to the rail network and airports. Major French cities including Lille, Rouen, Dijon and Strasbourg were also set to register new all-time highs, the service said, joining a dozen others – including Bordeaux – to have set records this week. ... Light rain.  The highest recording approved was 35 Â°C (95 Â°F) at the MosjÃ¸en Airport on 27 July, the warmest temperature ever recorded in Northern Norway and a tie with the all-time national high for July.  The same day, a temperature of 34.6 Â°C (94.3 Â°F) was recorded further north in Saltdal; this is highest temperature ever recorded inside the Arctic Circle in Norway. East Midlands Trains services between Sheffield, Nottingham, Derby and London St Pancras were disrupted due to overhead wire damage from the heat of the previous day, and an emergency timetable was put in place. 14 day forecast, day-by-day Hour-by-hour forecast for next week. While he indicated the stone walls were still stable for the time being, he explained that the walls were still saturated with water sprayed by firefighters during the blaze, and rapid drying from the extreme temperatures could adversely affect the stability of the structure. $9.25. The French prime minister, Édouard Philippe, said people “must take care of themselves but above all others, especially those who are alone”. 3. Forest fires are exceedingly rare in Greenland.. The previous records in both countries dated back to the 1940s.  Mainly, the reason for this was that July started with a cool spell in Northern Europe in between the two heat waves. Belgium and Germany registered their highest-ever temperatures, while the Netherlands saw its hottest day in 75 years. On 26 July, a temperature of 34.8 Â°C (94.6 Â°F) was recorded in Markusvinsa, the highest temperature recorded in the north of Sweden since 1945.  The same day at 22:32 CEST they ended the orange alert for the whole country. 43 °F. “When it is this hot it is not just people in a fragile state who can have health problems.”. A summer filled with intense heat is predicted across parts of Europe, while severe weather will be a concern for others. July 01, 2019. , On 25 July, Network Rail began to impose speed restrictions across its network to reduce buckling rails, as track temperatures surpassed 50 Â°C (122 Â°F).  On the same day, hundreds of pigs died in Middelharnis because of power failure in ventilation systems, and 2,100 pigs died in Maarheeze as barns reached temperatures of 40 Â°C (104 Â°F). 42 / 40 °F. Actual highs in Europe in late June. Pairi Daiza zoo in western Belgium fed iced chickens to tigers, and watermelons, also encased in ice, to bears. • 1 January — Fifteen Flemish municipalities merge into seven, the first such merges for several decades Oct 25, 2020 - Daylight Saving Time Ended. Britain also set a new temperature record for July and was on course to register an all-time high.  It followed the June 2019 European heat wave, which killed over 567 people, and exceeded previous records by 3 Â°C (5.4 Â°F) in Belgium, by 0.3 Â°C (0.54 Â°F) in Luxembourg, by 2.1 Â°C (3.8 Â°F) in Germany and the Netherlands and by 0.2 Â°C (0.36 Â°F) in the United Kingdom. At Ukkel in Brussels the temperature didn’t fall below 23.7°C. Passengers were advised not to start new journeys as the overheating of overhead cables rendered many services unable to run.  Trains arriving and departing from Birmingham New Street and around the West Midlands were also disrupted.
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