‘First ever’ heat warning issued for Sweden

Swedish weather agency SMHI has issued its first ever warning for high temperatures with the many areas set to bask in plus 30C heat. sweden_heat

“For a Class 1 warning it is required that the maximum daytime temperatures go up at 30C or more, three days in a row,” said Lovisa Andersson at Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI). A class 1 warning means that weather conditions in carries certain risks to the public and disruption for some societal functions.

Read more: The Local Sweden

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