• Lithuania +34,7°C, 2,8°C below all-time national record!

    During extreme floods in western continental Europe and round of storms in eastern continental Europe and Balkan /https://mkweather.com/disastrous-balance-of-cataclysmic-floods-in-germany-162-dead-2000-still-missing//, extreme heatwaves have shifted above Eastern Europe and Baltic states, with anomalously hot weather mainly in Lithuania and neighboring countries. Ony a few days ago, extremely hot weather was reported from Finland ...
  • Stockholm, Sweden +33,1°C, only 1,1°C below all-time record!

    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 ...
  • If wasn´t the year 2010, Finland would have experienced the worst heatwave in 50 years! ...

    The temperature on Wednesday, 14. July 2021 in Hyvinkää, Finland reached +33,9°C, which is the highest temperature in Finland, excluding the year 2010, since 1961! Thursday, 15. July 2021 was even hotter, within the International Exchange Site in Heinola Plaani with +34,0°C, national TOP however should be higher, around +35°C. ...
  • Tropical heatwave (+30°C) hits Europe between 8.-14. May 2021!

    +30°C is possible not only in continental Europe, but too in British Islands and Scandinavia! Latest outputs of GFS are favorable for the first tropical heatwave in all parts of Europe. While in Mediterranean, temperatures between +35/+40°C are regionally possible and in continental Europe, maximum temperatures should reach interval +30/+35°C, ...