Heat in Europe: DWD: Heat records in six federal states - four times over 40 degrees

Europe is struggling with the heat wave.

Heat in Europe: DWD: Heat records in six federal states - four times over 40 degrees

Europe is struggling with the heat wave. In many countries the thermometer is climbing these days or even over 40 degrees. Germany is facing another very hot day - only then, according to the forecast of the German Weather Service (DWD), should it cool down a bit. On Wednesday, the extremely high temperatures of up to 40 degrees will first say goodbye to the western half of the country and move to the rest of the republic. According to the DWD, 34 to 40 degrees are expected in the eastern half.

The scorching heat over Europe was also felt in Germany on Tuesday, with temperatures often well above 35 degrees. In the west, the DWD had even considered temperatures of over 40 degrees possible - in the evening Duisburg (Duisburg-Baerl station) turned out to be the warmest place with 39.5 degrees. This also made Tuesday the hottest day of the year so far. A month ago (June 19), 39.2 degrees were measured in Cottbus and Dresden. The annual heat record for Germany was not broken in 2022: It is 41.2 degrees - measured on July 25, 2019 in Duisburg and Tönisvorst on the Lower Rhine near Krefeld.

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