Already in series of previous /Žlobin, Belarus: +35,7°C! All-time June national record! - mkweather; Moscow expects +36°C - the hottest June day in history! Verkhoyansk with the highest all-time ground temperature, +48°C! - mkweather; Finland is expecting +36°C, Estonia +37°C on Tuesday, all-time national records have values +37,2°C and +35,6°C - mkweather; Finland +33,6°C, 0,2°C below June all-time record, Tampere +33,2°C - the highest measured temperature in history! - mkweather/ and planned articles on Mkweather (St. Petersburg with supertropical night, +25,0°C) we have informed about anomalous situation above northeastern Europe.
Heatwave has origin in central parts of Europe, Balkan, Italy and Sahara /Sirocco for Central Europe? Hungary should attack +40°C on Thursday! - mkweather; Italy: After 2 days with +45°C, real hell is coming! Heatwaves in Italy are stronger such as in 2003! - mkweather; Tunisia +47,9°C, only 0,4°C below all-time June record! - mkweather; +52,4°C in Algeria! The first official European +50°C is possible! - mkweather/.
In series of the newest information from NE Europe we are bringing updates from Baltic countries - Estonia and Latvia.
While in Latvia, 0,9°C was missing from all-time national record for June on Tuesday, 22. June 2021, with maximum +33,7°C in Pavilosta, Estonia should break all-time June temperature record twice.
On Monday, 21. June 2021, +34,4°C was measured in Kaapa, while on Tuesday, 22. June 2021 +34,1°C in Kunda.
Belarus reported all-time national June record, +35,7°C and Moscow is expecting overcoming of all-time June record with temperatures up to +36°C until Friday, 25. June 2021.
St. Petersburg reported 2 extreme hot nights with minimum temperatures +25,0°C and +24,6°C in Monday´s and Tuesday´s mornings.
In Ukraine, temperatures should reach until the end of week +39°C.
In Sweden, all-time June record fell in previous week /Sweden: The hottest June day since 1947, +34,6°C! - mkweather/ and in Finland, only 0,2°C from all-time June record was missing on Tuesday, 22. June /Finland +33,6°C, 0,2°C below June all-time record, Tampere +33,2°C - the highest measured temperature in history! - mkweather/.
In Finland and Estonia, already severe storms have appeared on Tuesday and Wednesday, 22.-23. June 2021, therefore will be careful and watch current warnings and advisories.