A record temperature of 48.8 degrees Celsius was previously recorded in August 2021, making it the hottest ever recorded in Europe.
A red alert has been issued in 15 Italian cities after a severe heat wave in Europe.
According to foreign media, the extreme heat wave has engulfed southern Europe including Italy, due to which red alert has been issued in 15 cities like Rome, Florence and Bologna, where the temperature is expected to be the highest in the coming days. It is possible.
According to media reports, another heat wave is expected in Europe next week which may reach record temperatures.
The European Space Agency monitors temperatures from space and sea through satellites and said Italy, Spain, France, Germany and Poland could be severely affected by the heat.
According to media reports, Europe previously recorded a temperature of 48.8 degrees Celsius in August 2021. However, the Meteorological Department says that the temperature may increase next week due to the heat wave.
The Italian government has issued instructions for cities under red alert, asking residents to avoid direct sunlight between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., especially the elderly and sick. who should take extra precautions.
Media reports indicate that heatwaves have increased in Greece during the same period, with temperatures of 40 degrees Celsius, breaking the previous record.