We have already had a heat wave a few weeks ago, with temperatures ranging between 35 and 40 degrees Celsius. We have had a more tolerable heat these days, but the AEMET forecasts that temperatures will rise between the months of July and September.
With the exception of the Cantabrian slope, the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) predicts that we will have a summer with higher temperatures than usual throughout the country.
According to the State Agency, this first week of July the summer heat will begin to be felt, especially from Thursday, July 7, the day on which temperatures will begin to rise generally in the Peninsula, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands.
It is warned that by the weekend it could reach 40 degrees Celsius again in places such as the Tagus, Guadiana and Guadalquivir valleys.
According to the AEMET, last June had very atypical temperatures for that month, with high temperatures the first 20 days of the month and the last days with a cooler sensation, preventing June from becoming the hottest month in history.
The health authorities have launched a series of recommendations to be able to face high temperatures, among which is to always stay well hydrated, avoid exposing yourself to the sun in the hottest hours and always pay attention to vulnerable people such as the elderly, babies or children.
Remember that throughout the summer we will be doing different outdoor activities such as Hiking, Kayaking and Pool Party so you can get away from the overwhelming heat of the city and have a good weekend. We leave you the link with all our activities.
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