Spain suffers its hottest pre-summer heatwave in 20 years

Seville, Spain (June 11) (Reuters) – Sellers were doing well in the southern city of Seville on Saturday as Spain shone through its hottest pre-summer heat wave in at least 20 years.

The chariot drivers discouraged the horses that roam the tourists around Seville’s historical monuments such as the Alcázar Palace and the Plaza de Espana.

The National Bureau of Meteorology AEMET said temperatures reached 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) in Seville’s Guadalquivir Valley and the nearby city of Córdoba on Saturday.

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Meteorologists said temperatures could rise to 42 degrees Celsius (108 degrees Fahrenheit) in the Guadiana Valley in Extremadura and other parts of southern Spain later on Saturday.

The heatwave could intensify on Sunday as temperatures could rise to 43°C (110°F) in parts of southern Spain.

A cloud of hot air from North Africa has caused temperatures to rise, and a stifling heat wave may continue across much of Spain until June 15, six days before summer officially begins on June 21, US meteorologists said.

Forecasters expected strong winds and storms in some parts of Spain.

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(covering) Graham Kelly, Mariano Valladolid, Marcelo del Pozo, Elena Rodriguez, Editing by Angus McSwan

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