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Spain ~ Return to the heat wave in southern cities

The hot weather is back with a vengeance. The Spanish meteorology agency Aemet has warned that a heat wave will affect much of the country from Wednesday to Friday at the very least.

The mercury is expected to rise by as much as 10ºC compared with Monday temperatures. The southern cities of Jaén and Córdoba, in the Andalusia region, are bracing for highs of 42.6ºC and 44.3ºC respectively on Thursday. Granada is also expecting highs of between 42ºC and 44ºC.

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