Temperatures rose again across Greece on Thursday, with forecasts calling for daytime highs of 43 degrees Celsius, and sustained high temperatures through next Sunday, the ANA reports.
The mercury is expected to drop temporarily on Monday, July 24, before rising again on Tuesday, July 25, according to the National Weather Service’s updated CLEON heatwave report.
From Friday July 21 to Sunday July 23, temperatures are expected to soar, reaching 41C-43C on the mainland and even climbing to 44C in parts of Thessaly and central Greece. Temperatures will also be high on the islands, ranging from 38C to 41C.
On Monday, July 24, there will be a drop of 2 to 5 degrees, mainly in the east of the country.
According to the available data, high temperatures are expected to return from Tuesday July 25th to Thursday July 27th.
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