Northern Hemisphere heat waves

Turkey faces second hottest July in last 51 years

Turkey witnessed the second hottest July last month, according to data by the State Meteorological Service.


For years, the average temperature in July across the country has been 24.5 degrees Celsius, whereas this July, temperature climbed up by 1.8 degrees Celsius, reaching 26.3 degrees Celsius.

According to the data,

Climate apocalypse: Hundreds dead, city destroyed, fires and 50 degrees Celsius VIDEO

Canada has been going through a record heatwave for the last ten days, which has killed hundreds of people in more than seven days and caused more than 150 forest fires across British Columbia.
In Lytton, a place with only 250 inhabitants, the maximum temperatures are usually around 25 degrees during June.

Nedeljko Todorovic forecasts "hell"

Those changes, he says, are characteristic for our climate.
According to him, the next seven to ten days in Serbia will be hot, with temperatures up to 39 degrees.
"The next seven to 10 days are real summer time, the warmest day will be Thursday with a maximum temperature between 35 and 38 degrees, and in the east up to 39," the meteorologist pointed out.

Australia is Preparing for the Hottest Day in its History

Australia may experience the hottest day in its history this week after a heat wave in the western part of the country began to move east, meteorologists have warned, quoted by the BBC.

Temperatures are likely to exceed 40 degrees Celsius in many areas on Wednesday, the Bureau of Meteorology said.

The Summer is Still Going On and it will Be Hot in the Days to Come. Maybe Even in September

It will be mostly clear at night, sunny tomorrow. The wind will be gentle during the day, and in the moderate breeze in eastern Bulgaria. Afternoon it will be hot with maximum temperatures between 30 and 35 degrees Celsius, in the extreme southwestern areas and slightly higher, according to the NIMH.