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Historic Winter Heat Wave Sets Records Across Europe

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Historic Winter Heat Wave Sets Records Across Europe

Historic Winter Heat Wave Sets Records Across Europe

Historic Winter Heat Wave , Sets Records Across Europe.

NBC reports that a heat wave has smashed previous national records for high temperatures across Europe this winter.

In several European states, January temperatures reached all-time highs, with records being set in at least seven nations.

On January 1, the Polish capital of Warsaw saw temperatures as high as 66 degrees Fahrenheit.

Meanwhile, even higher temperatures were recorded in the northern Spanish city of Bilbao and in Switzerland.

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The unseasonably warm weather has also forced some low-altitude ski resorts in the Alps and French Pyrenees to close down just weeks after opening.

Other countries to break record-high temperatures include the Netherlands, Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Belarus, Latvia and Lithuania.

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Other countries to break record-high temperatures include the Netherlands, Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Belarus, Latvia and Lithuania.

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France, Germany and Ukraine have also seen regional record-high temperatures broken.

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According to Scottish meteorologist Scott Duncan, the European heat wave is , "hard to comprehend.".

Truly unprecedented in modern records, Scott Duncan, Scottish meteorologist, via NBC .

NBC reports that the winter heat wave comes after Europe experienced the region's hottest summer on record.


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