While temperatures in northern Nigeria unseasonably rise up to +44°C on Thursday, 8. April 2021, Sahel region experienced already on Wednesday, 7. April with extremely hot weather.
The hottest was in Kayes, Mali, +45,6°C. This value is only 2,4°C lower such as all-time national temperature record for Mali from June 2010 (again year 2010 with strong La nina!), when +48,0°C was measured.
In Linguere, Senegal, temperature reached +45,2°C on Wednesday, in Birni N´Konni, Niger, +44,8°C, in Garoua, Cameroon, +44,2°C, in N´Djamena, Chan, +44,2°C or in Goure, Niger, +44,0°C according to International Exchange Site.
+40°C was overcame in Algeria, too – in In Guezzam, +40,9°C and in Anesbaraka, +40,1°C was measured.
European coldwave will shift during the weekend above eastern Libya, Egypt, Turkey and northern Middle East, where powerful coldwave is expected.
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