Italy: Sicily set a new European heat record


The SIAS agency in Sicily recorded a temperature of 48.8°C in the province of Siracusaon Wednesday, which appears to be a new European record.


“If the figure is validated after the necessary investigation,” meteorologist Manuel Mazzoleni stated, “it may be the highest value ever reported on the European continent.”

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“That would exceed the previous record of 48°C set on July 10, 1977 in Athens, and it would even beat the record of 48.5°C set in August 1999 at an unauthorized station in Catenanuova.”


The Lucifer heatwave is now wreaking havoc on Italy, and it is anticipated to climax later this week.


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According to scientists, the climate issue is generating more frequent and intense heatwaves and extreme weather events.


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