By Paul Homewood
We heard about all the record heat in Europe last week, but who knew that much of Europe is now suffering from record cold?
This post is based on an article on Electroverse.
To put it into perspective, here are some of the quotes:
Europe’s Nordic nations will remain decidedly colder-than-average over the coming days with still no sign of summer in sight, according to the Finnish Meteorological Institute.
“There is no heat out there,” says FMI Meteorologist Jari Tuovinen.
Instead, Tuovinen adds, there will likely be a new cold record-or-two set along Finland’s Eastern border on Monday, July 08 — a chilly 10C (50F) is predicted, which could bring new low daily-max temperature records for the month of July to the region.
Norway is expecting even colder temps — locally, a…
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