Spain Recorded 'Hottest Spring On Record' This Year: Weather Agency

(MENAFN- The Peninsula) AFP

Madrid: Spain has registered its hottest-ever spring since records began, with average temperatures almost two degrees Celcius higher than average, the AEMET national weather agency said Wednesday.
"The spring of 2023 was the hottest spring on record in Spain," it said, referring to a three-month period that began in March.
In late April, Spain was hit by an exceptionally early heatwave with temperatures up to 20 degrees hotter than average.


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