Warm Sahara air – New heat record in Morocco: 50.4 degrees!

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A new temperature record has been set in Morocco! As the weather authorities of the North African country announced on Sunday, the temperature in the southern coastal city of Agadir rose to 50.4 degrees on Friday.

“The heat wave is caused by the influx of hot and dry air from the south and southeast, leading to a significant increase in temperature, ranging from 5 to 13 degrees above the monthly average,” the Moroccan weather service said. declaration. The heat wave has led to forest fires in northern Morocco in recent days. For the coming days, the meteorologists predict slightly decreasing temperatures for the northern regions of Africa.

Warmest July since records began
July was by far the hottest month on Earth since records began. According to the European Earth observation program Copernicus, the average global air temperature last month was 0.33 degrees higher than in the previous record month of July 2019, when the global average temperature was 16.63 degrees.

Source: Krone

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