Code red in bloodline Spain
- While we have been waiting for a few weeks in the Netherlands for a couple of weeks, it is so hot in Spain that the roofs of the roof fall. Especially in the southwest it is blood-clear. In different regions, code is red.
Spaniards may have some heat. Code red is therefore only issued from a maximum temperature between 40 and 44 degrees, Weerplaza knows.
The weather forecast predicts that the temperatures fall a or a few degrees on Fridays and Saturdays, which could mean that they can scale to code orange. However, it stays pretty hot.
Dutch people who go to Spain are keeping the weather forecast closely monitored.
Until Tuesday, the ceilings in Córdoba are above 40 degrees, forecast Weather Plaza. From Wednesday 19 July, it cools down a bit.
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