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Europe heatwave breaks multiple June records


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Intense heat across much of Europe has seen June temperature records broken from the Arctic Circle to North Africa.

The ferocious heatwave has caused temperatures to rise well above the June average for many countries, in some cases by as much as 20 degrees.

Norway recorded a temperature of 32.5C at Banak on Wednesday, reportedly the highest temperature ever recorded within the Arctic Circle in Europe, and significantly higher than the June average of 13C.

Poland saw temperatures reach the mid-thirties on Monday, and parts of eastern Germany saw several locations reach 37C.

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/features/62001812

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