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Heat: the heat wave peaked at over 40 degrees
Author: MTI | [email protected]
Published: 01.07.2022. 21:10 | Updated: 01.07.2022. 10:18 p.m
Budapest – The national chief medical officer extended the third degree heat alert until midnight on Monday.
The heat wave peaked on Friday with a peak value of over 40 degrees Celsius, but the daily national heat record has not been broken, the National Meteorological Service announced on its Facebook page.
The national heat record for the first of July is still 41.3 degrees, which was measured in 1950 in Csongrád.
On Friday, values above 39 degrees were registered in several places across the country. The temperature in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county, a
It was measured at Mezőkövesd, a reservoir station, where the air warmed up to 40.1 degrees.
According to the forecast, the temperature will drop by a few degrees due to the cold front, but the peak value will still be above 35 degrees in several places in the east. In the future, showers are expected in many places, and in some places also violent thunderstorms.
In the following days, however, the air will warm up again, and the temperature may rise to 39 degrees again on Monday.
The national chief medical officer has extended the third-degree heat alert, which has been in place since Monday and was originally ordered until midnight on Thursday, until midnight next Monday.