Extremely warm advection above Europe continues in the last 3 days and in series of the next 5 Mkweather articles we will look at the measured temperature records across Europe.
Now, we will shift to Iberia, where hot, summer weather surprised around the New Year 2022.
Already at the end of the year 2021, +26,6°C was in Spain measured /https://mkweather.com/summer-in-spain-266c-malaga-with-an-all-time-december-record-260c-sines-in-portugal-with-243c// and Malaga reported an all-time December record (+26,0°C).
The last December day was extremely hot in Portugal, where a monthly December record, +26,4°C, was measured in Zambujeira.
Asturias, northern Spain even reports thanks to persisting drought and hot weather winter wildfires!
Porto Moniz in Madeira reported summer +28,4°C. Gáldar, Gran Canaria reported tropical +30°C.
New Year in Spain was anomalously warm, too, with +26,4°C in Villanueva del Arzobispo /http://www.aemet.es/en/eltiempo/observacion/ultimosdatos?k=and&w=2&x=d07/ province Jeán.
Bilbao in northern Spain reported almost summer +24,4°C.
Extremely hot New Year weather was reported from France, the British Islands, Central Europe, parts of Italy, and the Balkan, too (the next Mkweather articles).
Warm weather in Spain and Portugal will stay maximally until Tuesday, 4. January 2022, then, relatively cold mornings with frosts are forecast between 5.-8. January 2022.
The next summer heatwave in Iberia is possible according to GFS already around 14. January 2022, with the next summer temperatures around +25/+27°C.
Illustration picture: https://blog.fuertehoteles.com/en/top-ten/sunsets-in-andalucia/