While western parts of continental Europe, mainly Germany, suffer catastrophic and deadly floods /https://mkweather.com/breaking-deadly-floods-in-germany-belgium-48-dead-around-100-missing/ + the next articles on our homepage/, Scandinavia - mainly Finland and Sweden, reports record heatwaves.
While in Finland +34,0°C was on Thursday, 15. July 2021 measured, what is excluding the year 2010 the highest temperature in 50 years /https://mkweather.com/if-wasnt-the-year-2010-finland-would-have-experienced-the-worst-heatwave-in-50-years-340c//, in Sweden is the hottest in Stockholm region, with temperatures very close to all-time temperature records.
In Stockholm, +33,1°C was on Thursday, 15. July 2021 measured, what is only,1,1°C below all-time record from the station in Stockholm´s Observatory.
Temperature records are again forecasted for (until) Saturday, 17. July 2021 in Sweden, with similarly high temperatures.
Then is very hot weather for Sweden forecasted between 23.-29. July 2021.
Hot weather is forecasted to persist over Scandinavia - mainly Finland and Sweden, minimally until 20. August 2021 /https://mkweather.com/forecast-almost-until-the-end-of-summer-2021-blocking-high-over-scandinavia-hot-northern-and-eastern-parts-of-europe-while-france-benelux-and-a-few-weeks-germany-iberia-the-alps-will-be-colder// according to the ECMWF model and it appears such as the hottest or one of the hottest summers in all-time history.