Hell in Europe. Meteorologists are horrified by forecasts

Hell in Europe. Meteorologists are horrified by forecasts

Hell in Europe. European meteorologists forecast an intense heat wave that will reach the upper threshold of suportability: hell will be on the ground.

Spain and France will be among the most affected countries, where they will be between 45 and 47 degrees in the shade!

Europe is preparing to be hit by a hectic wave that will bring experienced temperatures of 47 degrees Celsius in Spain and 45 in France.

Extreme temperatures are announced in Europe in the coming days. A wave of heat coming from the Sahara affects the western and central countries of the continent, and the mercury in the thermometers will exceed 40 degrees Celsius.

Authorities in several countries have recommended children and elders not to leave homes and have issued severe warnings about dehydration and sunstroke as a wave of unprecedented heat for this period covers Europe.

In Spain real temperatures will exceed 40 degrees, but high humidity will make the temperature feel 47 degrees.

"Hell is coming!" Wrote a famous Spanish meteorologist Silvia Laplana on Twitter. For Thursday in some areas in Spain, temperatures of 42 degrees and the risk of vegetation fires were predicted, according to The Guardian.

In the cities of southern France, a new 45-degree Celsius temperature peak was announced. According to French meteorologist Guillaume Woznica, France will record a new national heat record.

A map of temperatures in France for June 27, published on Twitter by meteorologist Ruben Hallali, alongside the famous "Sipet" painted by Edvard Munch viralized.

Germany could at the end of the week with the highest temperatures recorded in the last 70 years, the record for June dating back to 1947, when the thermometer indicated 38.2 degrees Celsius in Frankfurt.

In Austria, the ZAMG meteorological agency has warned the population about the risks of violent storms with temperatures up to 37 degrees Celsius.

Caniculus has arrived in southern Sweden since Tuesday, and temperatures will exceed the 30 degree Celsius threshold in Denmark and southern Sweden during the day, Agerpres writes.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs Romanian citizens who are in transit, transit or want to travel to the Italian Republic that, according to the data transmitted by the Ministry of Health, between June 26-27, 2019, several regions of the country face a hectic wave. Thus, local authorities issued a red code for high temperatures valid on 27 June 2019 in the cities of Bolzano (Trentino Alto-Adige), Brescia (Lombardia), Florence (Tuscany), Perugia (Umbria), Rieti and Rome ).

There was also an orange hedge code for several cities in the north and the center of the country.

For up-to-date weather information, it is advisable to consult the Weather Bulletin issued by the Ministry of Health (available at http://www.salute.gov.it/portale/caldo/bollettiniCaldo.jsp?lingua=italiano&id=4542&area=emergenzaCaldo&menu= vuoto & btnBollettino = BOLLETTINI), as well as on the Italian Military Aeronautics Meteorological Service website: http://www.meteoam.it/ and the Civil Protection Service: www.protezionecivile.gov.it.

Romanian citizens can request consular assistance at the Romanian Embassy in Rome: +390683523358; +390683523356; +390683523352; +390683523344, the calls being redirected to the Contact Center for Support of Romanian Citizens Abroad (CCSCRS) and taken over by the Call Center operators in a permanent manner.

Also, the Romanian citizens facing a difficult, special, emergency situation also have the permanent telephone number of the diplomatic mission of Romania in Italy: +393451473935, and of the consular offices of Trieste: +39 340 8821688 ; Milano: +39 366108 1444; Torino: +39 338 756 8134; Bologna: +39 349 1178220; Bari: +39 334 604 2299; Catania: +39 320 965 3137.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs recommends consulting the web pages http://roma.mae.ro, www.meteoalarm.eu, www.mae.ro, the Facebook page of the Romanian Embassy in Italy (https://www.facebook.com/roma .mae.romania) and reminds that Romanian citizens traveling abroad have the "Travel safely" application (http://www.mae.ro/app_cs), which provides travel information and advice.

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