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Europe burns as heat waves break temperature records

The fierce heat waves of Western Europe could wilt many of the continents in the scorching sun, causing wildfires and breaking even more temperature records on Tuesday. In the UK, forecasters said the current national record of 38.7 degrees Celsius (102 degrees Fahrenheit) could be broken, and 40 degrees could be broken for the first time, experts blamed climate change and will be more frequent in the future. Predicted abnormal weather. Recorded on Monday in Suffolk, eastern England, 38.1C was the hottest day of the year and the third hottest day on record. Crossing the straits of France, many towns and cities recorded record high temperatures on Monday, according to the National Weather Service. Mercury reached 39.3C at Brest on the Atlantic coast of Brittany in the northwestern part of the country, breaking the previous record of 35.1C from 2002. Saint-Brieuc on the Channel Coast broke the previous record of 38.1C and reached 39.5C. C and the western city of Nantes recorded 42C, breaking the decades-old high of 40.3C set in 1949. Firefighters in southwestern France were still suffering from the heat of heat to contain the two large fires that caused widespread destruction. For almost a week, an army of firefighters and a fleet of water-bombing aircraft have fought the flames that mobilized much of France’s firefighting capabilities. -Holidaymakers evacuated-Dublin, Ireland, had a temperature of 33 degrees Celsius, the highest since 1887, but reached 35.4 degrees Celsius in the southern Dutch city of Westdorpe. It wasn’t a record, but higher temperatures are expected on Tuesday. Neighboring Belgium also expected temperatures above 40 ° C. European heat waves are the second to swallow the southwestern part of the continent in recent weeks. Meanwhile, European Commission researchers said that nearly half (46 percent) of EU territory is exposed to warning-level droughts. 11% were on alert and the crops were already suffering from water scarcity. The flames of France, Greece, Portugal and Spain destroyed thousands of hectares of land. The area, 9 km long (5.5 miles) and 8 km wide, was still burning near the highest sand dunes in Europe, Dune du Pila in France. Picturesque landscapes, popular campgrounds and pristine beaches have turned into a scorching mess. The flame literally “blasted things”, it was its ferocity, said Mark Vermeulen, head of the local fire department. “A 40-year-old pine trunk has burst.” Officials said a total of 8,000 people had been evacuated from near the dunes on Monday as a precautionary measure as wind changes blew heavy smoke into residential areas. rice field. Patricia Monteil hurriedly packed her car and she said she would go to her daughter’s house elsewhere in the district. “But if it burns, I don’t know what to do.” About 32,000 tourists or residents have been forced to leave the camp in France, many of whom have been sent to emergency shelters. It has been. On Monday night, a prosecutor in a city in the southwestern part of Bordeaux said a man suspected of starting one of the fires in the area was detained. Two fires in the area destroyed approximately 17,000 hectares (42,000 acres) of land. In Avignon, southeast, another fire broke out in northwestern Brittany, with local firefighters reporting that the first fire that broke out last Thursday was revived on Monday. In Spain, local officials say a fire broke out in northwestern Zamora, killing a 69-year-old shepherd. A firefighter died in the same area on Sunday. Late Monday, a salaryman in his 50s was reported dead from heat stroke in Madrid. Authorities report that about 20 wildfires are still rampant from the south to the northwestern tip of Galicia, where flames have destroyed about 4,500 hectares of land. -“Enjoy the sunshine”-The Portuguese fire appeared to be a car carrying two local villagers trying to escape from the fire zone, so after a collision from the road, further in the northern part of Villa Real. Local officials said they had killed the two. Mario Arthur Lopez, Mayor of Mario Arthur Lopez, told SIC Noticias TV that he “discovered a car and two people around the age of 70 who were completely burnt.” He added that the victims came from the nearby village of Penabace. Almost the whole country is becoming more vigilant against wildfires, even though the temperature has dropped slightly. It reached 47 degrees Celsius last Thursday. This is the record for July. The fire has already killed two others, injured about 60 and destroyed 12,000 to 15,000 hectares of land. In Britain, the government is already at stake after a series of scandals that resigned Prime Minister Boris Johnson, but has been accused of overly disregarding the situation. Johnson was criticized for failing to attend an emergency meeting on Sunday’s crisis and instead hosted a farewell party in a country hideout funded by his country. And doctors blamed Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab’s comments, which seemed to minimize the threat from extreme heat when he told the Britons to “enjoy the sunshine.” The sun’s tabloids found heat coverage of the “British Bake Off” and observed that “Scorcher” was heating Britain hotter than the relatively cold 30 ° C Ibiza. Due to extreme temperatures, flights were interrupted at Luton Airport near London and Brize Norton, the Royal Air Force base, due to a “defect” in the runway, and we were not disappointed on Tuesday. The train was canceled and schools in the affected areas were closed. In Brighton, on the south coast of England, bank clerk Abu Bakr saw the heat wave. “I’m from Sudan,” he said. “40, 45 degrees is just a standard. This is as good as possible.” Burs-jh-phz / jwp / je / smw