Cyprus sizzles under punishing Med heatwave
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The Met Office has issued another orange alert for extreme weather as Cyprus boils under a blistering heatwave affecting the region as maximum temperatures peak at a year-high of 44 degrees Celsius. Cyprus is baking under a prolonged heatwave that has scorched the Mediterranean, sparking huge fires in Greece and Turkey while making routine tasks unbearable. According to Wednesday’s heat warning, maximum temperatures will peak at 44°C inland, 37-39°C on the coast and around 35°C over the Troodos mountains. Overnight, stifling minimum temperatures will fall to around 26°C inland, 25C° on the coasts and...
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