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This week starts off mild, but summer is here to stay!

John Thomas 6 min
Mild summer.
The beginning of the week will register mild temperatures, but as it progresses, temperatures will rise to more common levels for the time of year.

Last weekend was clearly marked by the very high temperatures that were felt, especially on Saturday. During that day, temperatures surpassed 40⁰C in the interior of the country, mainly in the South.

Already on Sunday, temperatures dropped substantially, with the northerly effect on the west coast being more visible.. Even so, temperatures remained high, south of the Tagus River, especially in the interior of Alentejo.

The descent will continue at the beginning of this week, with temperatures remaining relatively low for the season.. However, will the end of the week be the same?

First days of the week will be marked by relatively low temperatures

This midsummer week will start shy in the North of the country. A cooler air mass from the Atlantic is influencing the weather since yesterday, mainly in the Northwest of the mainland. Even in the south of the country, districts such as Beja and Évora, traditionally very hot at this time of year, will register temperatures well below what was seen at the weekend. Maximum temperatures can go down to around 10⁰C.

Despite a hot weekend, a mass of cold air from the Atlantic came to bring down temperatures all over the country.

the day of today it will be marked by cloudiness, especially on the western coast, as well as some rain in the Minho region, in the afternoon and at the end of the day. Temperatures will drop abruptly, especially on the coast. Already the wind will blow light to moderate from the North quadrant in the morning, spent blowing from the West in the afternoon.

The temperature recovery trend starts on Tuesday, as can be seen from the analysis of the ECMWF model. Despite this, the western coast will continue to be affected by the north winds, which, in a way, prevent the maximum temperatures from reaching very high values. In terms of cloudiness, the day will generally be clear or slightly cloudy, the exception being Minho and Douro Litoral, where there will be some cloudiness in the morning.

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On Wednesday the temperatures will return to what is most usual for summer: above 30⁰C! The entire interior of the country, from the Douro Superior and Dão valleys, and from Castelo Branco to Beja, will record temperatures ranging between 30⁰C and 35⁰C. For the city of Portalegre and for the county seat, Marvão, a maximum of 33⁰C is forecast, while for Elvas the forecast indicates 34⁰C.

The island territory, as usual, has different patterns of temperature evolution. With minimum temperatures very close to maximum, summer remains relatively mild. In the Azores Archipelago, the maximum temperature will not exceed 24⁰C and the minimum will not go below 17⁰C. As for the Madeira Archipelago, temperatures will vary within this range, and throughout the week, mainly on the north coast of Madeira Island, cloudiness will be a constant presence.

In the final stretch of the week, the heat returns

Thursday will be marked by the return of high temperatures. Mercury will exceed 30⁰C in most of the country. The city of Faro will be an exception as the maximum temperature will be around 29⁰C. Already Porto, like Lisbon, will record a maximum temperature of around 32⁰C. The sky will generally be light cloudy or clear, with the exception of the areas of the North coast that will present some cloudiness during the morning.

Curiously, the Algarve coast will be an exception to the rest of the country, as the highest temperatures will be registered at the beginning of the week, Monday and Tuesday, and as the week progresses, temperatures, for example in the cities of Faro and Olhão, drop to values ​​slightly below 30⁰C.

ECMWF Temperature.
The maximum temperatures will surpass 30ºC in much of the country, as early as next Thursday.

Friday will represent the apogee of maximum temperatures in this weekly analysis. According to the ECMWF prediction model, the high temperatures (above 35ºC) will be felt practically throughout the country, with the exception of the coast, mainly north of Cabo Carvoeiro. The city of Beja can count on a maximum temperature of around 38ºC. Vila de Nisa with 39⁰C, Vila Velha de Rodão with 40⁰C and even Castelo Branco with 38⁰C will be among the areas of the country where mercury will rise the most.

Are these temperatures an omen for a hot weekend?

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These travel destinations are particularly popular

Even if the number of infections is rising again in many places, many people have already planned a summer vacation. Some areas even benefited from the crisis while others are now less popular. An overview.

Spain, Croatia, Greece: some travel destinations have always been popular with German holidaymakers for decades. Due to the Corona crisis, however, some preferences have shifted – with sometimes surprising results and consequences for prices and availability. t-online shows where a particularly large number of people are going this summer, where prices are rising and where you now have the chance of spontaneous vacations.

Surveys show travel trends for summer 2021

The travel company “Hometogo” commissioned a survey to assess the travel behavior of Germans in the summer. The data is based on several million search queries that were received on “Hometogo” in 2019 and 2021 for various check-in dates. The results not only show which countries are particularly popular.

Other studies show similar results. The marketing consultancy “Simon-Kucher & Partners”, for example, carried out the international study “Travel Trends 2021”, in which more than 7,000 people from 7 countries were surveyed. And “Holidaypirates GmbH” asked more than 1,000 people how they want to travel after the pandemic.

These are the most popular summer destinations

About 80 percent more travel destinations were searched for in Germany for summer 2021 than in 2020, compared to summer 2019 it is 58 percent more. After Germany, Croatia and Italy are still the most popular travel destinations. However, both suffered losses compared to 2019.

France came in fourth, but compared to 2019, 33 percent fewer searches were made for our neighboring country, and the Netherlands and Spain were hit even harder in fifth and sixth place: the two travel destinations lost around 45 percent. Clear winners, however, are Denmark (7th place) and Austria (8th place) with a plus of 63 and even 186 percent.

Sweden and Poland, on the other hand, also had to cope with fewer searches, but ended up in 9th and 10th place in the “Hometogo” ranking.

This is what tourists want when booking

As “Hometogo” reports, there were six times more inquiries about “flexible travel dates” than was the case before the pandemic. So vacationers want more flexibility when planning their vacation in 2021. This is also confirmed by the fact that there are now an average of only 74 days between booking and check-in: Previously it was an average of 108 days. So the trend is towards spontaneous and flexible booking.

The international study “Travel Trends 2021” also shows that only 29 percent of Germans have already booked their summer vacation this year, while 35 percent are still planning to do so.

What type of travel is preferred in 2021?

According to “Hometogo”, around 70 percent of those surveyed would most likely spend their vacation in a holiday home in 2021. In comparison, 32 percent plan to spend the night in a hotel. 77 percent want to travel by car or camper van, camping holiday on the other hand, 28 percent are still planning.

In the travel year 2021, beaches and natural destinations are also in demand. Only 13 percent of those surveyed are planning one city ​​trip, on the other hand, more than half want to go to the sea. National parks and forests are attractive for 18 percent of those surveyed, mountains still for 17 percent.

The international study by the marketing consultancy “Simon-Kucher & Partners” also shows that although the price is still an important criterion for holidaymakers, the pandemic situation at the travel destination or trust in the local health system now also play a major role. For 27 percent, the most important thing is that the trip can be canceled. According to the survey, 49 percent travel by car, 30 percent by plane and only 10 percent want to use the bus or train. Lisa Remmelberger, partner in “Simon-Kucher’s Competence Center for Travel, Tourism & Leisure”, explains: “Consumers’ needs have changed. Travelers want to have the certainty, without restrictions or the risk of one quarantine To be able to go on vacation. “The providers would therefore have to offer flexibility in booking conditions and take precautions to ensure a safe and pleasant stay.

As the survey by “Holidaypirates” also shows, many also want to travel more sustainably in the future. A quarter of those surveyed said they wanted to travel more responsibly in the future, 16 percent said they had already paid attention to this before the pandemic.

When do most Germans travel?

According to the “Hometogo” survey, the most popular travel months for 60 percent of those surveyed are July or August. However, 46 percent can also imagine a vacation in September or October, 30 percent have already traveled in May or June and only 11 percent are planning winter for their vacation.

What influence will the vaccinations have on trips in summer 2021?

More and more countries are restricting their entry options only for those who have not yet been vaccinated against the coronavirus. Those who have been vaccinated or recovered often no longer need to be in quarantine or no longer need to be in quarantine when entering the country Covid-19 get tested.

More than half of the “Hometogo” respondents are of the opinion that those who have been vaccinated are allowed to travel freely again earlier, while 28 percent are against earlier advantages for those who have been vaccinated. In the meantime, there is the European one to make travel easier for those who have been vaccinated and those who have recovered Vaccination certificate. 62 percent of those surveyed rated this option positively.

How did the corona crisis change prices?

“Hometogo” examined, among other things, how the prices developed in June for example weeks in July and August. The travel agent points out, however, that there are holiday accommodations everywhere that differ from the average prices. That always depends on the location, size or equipment.

“The price developments from 2019 to 2021 do not mean that individual holiday accommodations have become more expensive or cheaper”, explains “Hometogo”, “Rather, the price development provides information about how much more or less a holidaymaker has to pay on average for one night in a holiday home Comparison at the same point in time in 2019. The differences result primarily from a different selection of available accommodations in the comparison period. “

The calculation shows, for example, that the price of an overnight stay in Germany has increased by 26 percent from 96 to 116 euros compared to 2019. In Croatia 132 euros are due, in Italy 126 euros. The difference is particularly large in Denmark, for example: in 2019 the average price for an overnight stay was 90 euros, in 2021 149 euros will be charged. The most expensive, however, is Mallorca with an average price of 254 euros per night.

“Travel Trends 2021” also asked about the travel budget of Germans: 27 percent of those surveyed want to spend more money on their upcoming vacation than they did before the pandemic. Anna Krumpen, Senior Consultant and Expert for Travel, Tourism & Leisure at “Simon-Kucher & Partners”, explains: “The long travel restrictions mean that society has a lot of catching up to do, and the desire to travel is high. As many consumers have been able to save money they have a budget that they can and want to spend on travel in 2022. “

What does “workation” mean?

Due to the Corona crisis, it has also become more and more popular to combine work and vacation in a “workation”. As the study “Travel Trends 2021” shows that 42 percent of Germans are open to this model because they can work increasingly flexibly due to the Corona crisis. More than half of Germans would even extend their vacation by two weeks or more if they had a “workation”.

For the selection of the “workation” location, the equipment such as stable internet, a separate work area and electronic equipment is particularly important. “The shift to remote working and hybrid models is good news for the tourism industry. The opportunity to work during the day and relax in a beautiful vacation spot in the evenings and on weekends attracts a lot of people,” explains Lisa Remmelberger.

In the “Holidaypirates” survey, as many as 40 percent state that “Workation” is the perfect way to extend their vacation and “really get to know a new place”. 37 percent can even imagine moving completely to another country.

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the two sisters were struck by lightning


Bénédicte Myrset, 18, and Victoria Myrset, 12, lost their lives while walking in the mountainous region of Hareid, Norway on Sunday. They were with their third brother or sister, whose identity has not been revealed, when lightning struck them. The family was on Mount Melshorn when the tragedy occurred.

The surviving sibling was rushed to a nearby hospital before being transferred to a larger medical facility in Bergen, Norway’s second largest city. The mayor of Hareid, Bernt Brandal, issued a statement in which he called the death of the sisters a “deeply tragic event” and added that the weather “changed very quickly”, as reported by Norwegian television channel NRK.

Also according to the channel, more than 800 lightning strikes were recorded in the region on Sunday afternoon and early evening. The Mayor of Oslo, where the two sisters are from, said: “My warmest thoughts go first and foremost to the parents of these girls, to the child who is in the hospital, as well as to close family and friends. “

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the fire eye was triggered by a gas leak


At 5:15 a.m. Friday, Mexican state-owned oil company Pemex spotted a gas leak in an undersea pipeline. And the gas ignited.

Water the sea

“The incident was dealt with immediately as soon as the security protocols were activated,” the company wrote in a statement. Several firefighting vessels were dispatched to the area and the gas valves were closed.

On videos shared on social networks, we can see these rescue ships spraying… the sea in an attempt to contain this “eye of fire”. The incident ended shortly before 11 a.m., with no injuries.

Angel Carrizales, head of Mexico’s oil security regulator ASEA, wrote on Twitter that the incident “did not generate any spills.” He did not explain what was burning on the surface of the water.

Nitrogen against the flames

According to a Pemex incident report consulted by Reuters, “the turbomachines of the platform’s active production facilities were affected by an electrical storm and heavy rains.” Rescue workers used nitrogen to control the blaze, the report also said.

Ku Maloob Zaap is Pemex’s platform that extracts the most crude oil, accounting for over 40% of its daily production of nearly 1.7 million barrels.

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the fire eye was triggered by a gas leak


At 5:15 a.m. Friday, Mexican state-owned oil company Pemex spotted a gas leak in an undersea pipeline. And the gas ignited.

Water the sea

“The incident was dealt with immediately as soon as the security protocols were activated,” the company wrote in a statement. Several firefighting vessels were dispatched to the area and the gas valves were closed.

On videos shared on social networks, we can see these rescue ships spraying… the sea in an attempt to contain this “eye of fire”. The incident ended shortly before 11 a.m., with no injuries.

Angel Carrizales, head of Mexico’s oil security regulator ASEA, wrote on Twitter that the incident “did not generate any spills.” He did not explain what was burning on the surface of the water.

Nitrogen against the flames

According to a Pemex incident report consulted by Reuters, “the turbomachines of the platform’s active production facilities were affected by an electrical storm and heavy rains.” Rescue workers used nitrogen to control the blaze, the report also said.

Ku Maloob Zaap is Pemex’s platform that extracts the most crude oil, accounting for over 40% of its daily production of nearly 1.7 million barrels.

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How and when to register for AÖF Summer School? What day is the 2021 AÖF Summer School exam date, online or face to face?

HOW TO REGISTER FOR AÖF SUMMER SCHOOL?

• The student will start the course selection process by selecting “Registration Procedures” from the “Student Transactions” menu at “https://anasis.anadolu.edu.tr”.
• The student will choose the course/courses he/she wants to take in the computer environment (by entering the unit where that course is opened). The student registered in the second major and minor program will choose a course from the quota of the second major/minor program allocated for that course.
• After selecting the courses, the student will give the course selection approval after checking the accuracy of the courses (course code, name, credit, etc.) he has chosen, taking into account the warning on the computer, before giving course selection approval. “ATTENTION ESPECIALLY!” No further changes will be allowed in the system for the courses for which registration approval has been given.
• The student will be able to see the tuition fee to be paid for the Summer School calculated according to the time of the course/courses he/she has chosen, and can pay to any branch of Ziraat Bank by specifying his TR ID number, name and surname or via Internet banking, Virtual POS and cash machines of the same bank. Payments must be made from Institution payments or ATMs. EFT/Money Transfer should not be made. The student has to pay the full amount he sees on the computer. Otherwise, registration confirmation will not be given.
• In necessary cases, the unit employee can remove the student’s “Summer School Course Selection Approval”. For this, the student must have completed the course selection, the fee to be paid has been notified to the bank, but must not have paid this fee. For this process, the program “Remove Summer School Course Selection Approval from the Registration-Registration menu from Formal Student Automation” will be used.
• The summer school registration approval of the student who made the payment (in case the amount calculated for the selected courses is equal by comparing the bank payments) will be given automatically from the system.
• The “Summer School Tuition Fee” will not be collected from the children of those who lost their lives, the disabled, the children of those who were awarded the Independence Medal No. 1005, and the students with State Scholarships within the scope of the Anti-Terror Law No. 3713.

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Michelle Salas conquers in a pink dress and Dior bag

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The piece includes the signature name on the front, and thick charms from metal finished pale gold that adorn the creation and gives it a pretty trendy twist. It also has a removable and reversible embroidered strap, which can be carried by hand, slung over the shoulder or across the body.

The success of this accessory is in its versatility, as it can be worn with romantic, glamorous, feminine or classic outfits, such as Michelle’s, as well as with much more modern or sporty versions, always highlighting the outfit and being the star of it.

And you … what did you think of this summer set (very chic) ​​with which Michelle once again reaffirmed her fashionista talent?

The piece includes the signature name on the front, and thick charms from metal finished pale gold that adorn the creation and gives it a pretty trendy twist. It also has a removable and reversible embroidered strap, which can be carried by hand, slung over the shoulder or across the body.

The success of this accessory is in its versatility, as it can be worn with romantic, glamorous, feminine or classic outfits, such as Michelle’s, as well as with much more modern or sporty versions, always highlighting the outfit and being the star of it.

And you … what did you think of this summer set (very chic) ​​with which Michelle once again reaffirmed her fashionista talent?

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