On June 11, 2022, during the first heat wave of the year in Seville, Spain, a person hid himself from the sun with an umbrella.Reuters / Marcelo Delpozo
Seville, Spain: Fan cellars were strong in the southern city of Seville on Saturday as Spain was hit by the hottest summer heat of at least 20 years.
The carriage driver has weakened the horses that take tourists around Seville’s historic sites such as the Alcazar Palace and Plaza España.
According to the State Meteorological Agency’s AEMET, temperatures reached 40 degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday in the Guadalquivir Valley of Seville and the nearby city of Cordoba.
According to forecasts, temperatures can rise to 42 degrees Celsius (108 degrees Fahrenheit) in the Guadiana valley of Extremadura and other parts of southern Spain.
Heat waves can intensify on Sundays as temperatures can rise to 43 ° C (110 degrees Fahrenheit) in parts of southern Spain.
AEMET forecasts that hot clouds from North Africa are causing temperatures to skyrocket, with suffocating heat waves in most parts of Spain until June 15, six days before the official summer begins on June 21. There is a possibility.
Forecasters predicted strong winds and storms in some parts of Spain. (Reported by Graham Keeley, Mariano Valladolid, Marcelo Del Pozo, Elena Rodriguez, edited by Angus MacSwan)