Extremely hot air with Saharan origin in Iceland and British Islands!
It´s a reality of 20.-21. July 2021 and hot weather in northwestern Europe is forecasted minimally until Saturday, 24. July 2021, yet.
According to the newest information from the region, Akureyri, Iceland on Tuesday, 20. July 2021 reported hot +27,5°C, which is only 0,1°C below the all-time July record for the city!
All-time record for Iceland has value +30,5°C from 22. June 1939.
In Northern Ireland, on Wednesday, 21. July 2021, the all-time record +31,3°C was measured in Castlederg in County Tyrone, only 5 days after the previous all-time record +31,2°C from Saturday, 17. July 2021 /https://mkweather.com/all-time-temperature-record-in-northern-ireland-312c-ireland-293c-hot-weather-in-british-islands-long-10-days-yet//.
In London, +32,2°C was on Tuesday, 20. July, measured.
In Ireland, +30,8°C was measured in Mount Dillon on Wednesday, 21. July, what is only 2,3°C below all-time record for the country from 1887.
In cold Greenland, 2 stations reported at the weekend more than +20°C - Constable Pynt, with +20,8°C and Sdr Stroemfjord, +20,6°C. It´s unbelievable, but all-time record from Greenland from 1915 has a value of +30,1°C (86,2°F) from Ivittuut.
In Norway, +30,5°C was measured at the weekend and +30,9°C last Thursday (15.7.) in Drammen Berskog and +32,9°C (last Wednesday - during a catastrophic floods in Germany) in Mantsala Hirvihaara.
Until cca 10. August 2021, any hotter period is expected for the region and it´s possible, that this week is bringing a peak of Summer 2021. The next long-term coldwave is forecasted already from Sunday, 25. July 2021 and should be lasting minimally 10-15 days.