GISMETEO: Denmark breaks 80-year temperature record in July – Nature

Record heat has covered not only the UK, where, against the backdrop of record temperatures, fires break out in the vicinity of London. Denmark, apparently, decided to keep up with its neighbor, as the country broke the temperature record in July, which has held for the past 80 years.


The last temperature record of the month was recorded back in 1941, and this July in the western part of the Jutland peninsula, the temperature was even higher and amounted to 35.6 degrees Celsius.

Nevertheless, the temperature has not yet reached levels that could exceed the country’s absolute record. It was recorded on the territory of the city with the name Holstebro of the same peninsula of Jutland back in August 1975. Then the thermometers in the village rose to 36.4 degrees Celsius. The highest average daily temperature for July, in turn, was observed by meteorologists in 2006, when its average in Denmark reached 19.8 degrees.

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