Very high September temperatures are reported from Eastern Europe, Balkan, Turkey and Mediterranean Middle East coast still.
Temperature in 850 hPa over +30°C floods parts of Turkey, over +25°C southern Balkan and over +20°C Ukraine with untypical high autumn temperatures, according to wxcharts.com, 12°C above temperature long-term average.
In Turkey, +43,9°C was on Tuesday measured (Urfa), but hot was in Balkan too - Romania 37,2°C (Riosori de Vede) and Bulgaria +37,0°C (Kurdjali). In Greece was measured +38,0°C (Larissa) and in Cyprus +40,0°C (Lefkoniko).
Extremely hot is in Ukraine too, +36,2°C was measured in Kherson and +35,9°C in Zaporizhzhia on Tuesday.
Heatwave in Balkan is linked with those over Middle East - Iraq is reporting +48,2°C (Semawa).
Hot weather till the end of actual week interrupts T-storms, but overall, temperatures stay high in comparison with the rest of Europe.
European Russia is a land of 2 words these days - in south is very hot too, up to +37°C, but northeast (Ural area) is reporting coldwave with temperatures below 0°C in 850 hPa and frosts. Autumn is slowly coming not only from Atlantic and Arctic, but too from Siberia.