Thursday, July 21, 2022

Sweden’s meteorological department warns country to brace for heatwave

A record-breaking heatwave in Europe is moving north toward Sweden and extremely high temperatures are expected across the country this week, the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute has warned.

With temperatures in Sweden expected to reach up to 35C (95F) in the coming days, the meteorological department said water shortages and the risk of wildfires are extremely high.

Authorities recommend staying hydrated to beat the heat and suggest cold showers and loose clothes as ways to keep cool.

Temperatures are at record highs in many countries across Europe, while Italy, France, Portugal, Spain, Greece and Croatia have been battling wildfires. Experts say the extreme weather is linked to climate change.

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