Spain swelters as temperatures soar above May average

5/21/2022 5:45:00 PM

People waved fans, glugged water and splashed themselves at fountains in Spain on Saturday as the country sweltered under unseasonably high temperatures pushing close to 40 Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) in some places.

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People waved fans, glugged water and splashed themselves at fountains in Spain on Saturday as the country sweltered under unseasonably high temperatures pushing close to 40 Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) in some places.

People waved fans, glugged water and splashed themselves at fountains in Spain on Saturday as the country sweltered under unseasonably high temperatures pushing close to 40 Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) in some places.

It issued warnings of high temperatures in 10 Spanish regions for Saturday, where temperatures were forecast to reach the high 30s.Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.comRegisterOn Friday, May temperature records were broken in the city of Jaen, Andalusia, which logged 40C.

AEMET said average temperatures in Jaen were 16C higher than normal for this time of year. Elsewhere in Spain, temperatures were at least 7C higher than usual.In Madrid, street sweeper Rocio Vazquez, 58, was out working in the direct sun, wearing a face mask.

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"The early morning of May 21 was extraordinarily warm for the time of year in much of the centre and south of the peninsula," national weather agency AEMET wrote on Twitter.Fox News Flash top headlines are here.Currently, only Russians aged 18-40 and foreigners aged 18-30 are allowed to enlist in the military.When Supreme Court member Justice Samuel Alito's secret plan for canceling the constitutional right of women to end their pregnancies leaked out to the public, Republican politicos went ballistic! Over the leak, that is.

It issued warnings of high temperatures in 10 Spanish regions for Saturday, where temperatures were forecast to reach the high 30s. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com.com Register On Friday, May temperature records were broken in the city of Jaen, Andalusia, which logged 40C. Experience shows that they become such by the age of 40–45," the State Duma's website said, according to Reuters. AEMET said average temperatures in Jaen were 16C higher than normal for this time of year. The website of the State Duma, parliament's lower house, said doing so would enable Russia's forces to utilize the talents of older professional specialists. Elsewhere in Spain, temperatures were at least 7C higher than usual..

In Madrid, street sweeper Rocio Vazquez, 58, was out working in the direct sun, wearing a face mask. Experience shows that they become such by the age of 40–45," it said. Ukrainian resistance has"inflicted costly personnel losses amongst Russian forces," the British Ministry of Defense said this week, leading to the deployment of thousands of Chechen National Guardsmen and volunteer fighters into Ukraine. "This year it seems to have gone directly to summer, but we have to keep going," she said. "It's scorching but it's our job and has to be done. Russian service members march during a military parade on Victory Day, which marks the 77th anniversary of the victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two, in Red Square in central Moscow, Russia May 9, 2022." AEMET spokesperson, Ruben del Campo, said earlier this week that, if officially confirmed, it could be the first ever heatwave recorded in May. Ukrainian fighters have also reportedly killed several high-ranking Russian officers since Russia's Feb. "This episode is very unusual for mid-May and could be one of the most intense episodes in the last 20 years," he said..

In Cordoba, Andalusia, a group of women who had come from Madrid for a hen party were feeling the heat, one dressed as a pink flamingo. "It is really hot, we're (battling it) with a lot of water," said bride-to-be was Bea Ovejero, 31. The General Staff of Ukraine's Armed Forces said on Friday that 28,700 Russian soldiers have been killed since the invasion. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Reporting by Michael Gore and Elena Rodriguez in Madrid and Mariano Valladolid in Cordoba; Writing by Jessica Jones; Editing by Clelia Oziel Our Standards: Sustainable Switch Subscribe to our sustainability newsletter to make sense of the latest ESG trends affecting companies and governments. Sign up Subscribe to our newsletter to get all the news you need to start your day. Ted Cruz, for example, yapped that informing the public"will do lasting damage to the integrity of the court.

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