July 2022 Becomes One Of The Hottest In Europe’s History
According to information on the website of the European Union Earth Observation program Copernicus, last July was one of the six hottest in Europe in the history of observations, with temperature records being broken in a number of nations.
A number of air temperature records were broken in July 2022, which was marked by intense and, in some locations, lengthy heat waves that plagued Europe and the rest of the world. According to the report, July 2022 was the third warmest July on record worldwide and the sixth warmest July ever in Europe.
The documents specifically states that the maximum heat levels were surpassed in France, Portugal, Ireland, Sweden, and Great Britain.