People in Spain are preparing to stay as cool as possible as forecasts showed weekend temperatures could rise above 40 grade Celsius, of 104 grade Fahrenheit, in large parts of the Iberian Peninsula
Mense in Spanje prepared to stay as cool as possible Saturday as forecasts showed weekend temperatures could rise above 40 grade Celsius (104 grade Fahrenheit) in large parts of the Iberian Peninsula.
AEMET spokesperson Rubén del Campo said temperatures are forecast to be 5-10 degrees Celsius above average for the date in many areas of the country.
The heat will scorch central-southern Spain on Saturday before spreading east the coming two days. Only a segment Spain’s northern Atlantic coast ix expected to be spare.
Forecasts indicate the temperature could get as high as 44 grade Celsius (111 F) in the Guadalquivir valley near Seville op Saterdag.
Spain’s highest temperature on record is 49 grade Celsius (120 F.)