Extremely hot was on Thursday in Austria, mainly eastern parts, too.
While in Hungary +40,2°C was measured /https://mkweather.com/record-402c-in-adony-hungary-july-2021// and in Slovakia, the temperature reached around +39°C /will be updated, yet/, in Austria was measured on Thursday, 8. July 2021 the hottest day since Summer 2019!
In Bad Deutsch-Altenburg was measured +37,5°C, which is more than during extreme June 2021 heatwaves (+35,4°C on 28. June 2021) /https://www.sn.at/panorama/oesterreich/37-5-grad-neuer-jahres-hitzerekord-in-oesterreich-106324633/.
Meanwhile, in Italian Alps and Switzerland, extremely strong storms with heavy rain, flash floods, 7 cm hail, and a few tornadoes southward from the Alps, have appeared, yet /strong storms in continental Europe will be a topic of the next Mkweather investigation in the next 48 hours/.
Extremely hot was in Vienna, too, +37,1°C, in Brunnenkogel in Tiroll, +4,6°C was measured (3440 MASL). Vienna record from Hohe Warte has value only +38,1°C /https://www.wetter.at/wetter/oesterreich/38-grad-heute-glueht-oesterreich/483389026/.
In parts of Czechia, Germany, and Poland, the 3rd level of warnings before severe storms are already valid, while in Hungary, Slovakia, and Balkan the 3rd level of warnings before heatwaves was published for Thursday and Friday, 8.-9. July 2021.
Warnings before heatwaves and wildfires are valid for Baltic countries and Finland, too.
Extreme heatwaves shortly will return around Monday, 12. July, then after the next storm round, a possible period with tropical temperatures will come after 15. July 2021, with temperatures close to +40°C after 20. July 2021.