Weather report.  Hot North Africa, nearly 50 degrees Celsius in Tunisia and Algeria.  The temperature is not less than 40 ° C at dawn «3 b weather
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scorching heat
scorching heat

The days affecting North Africa are really hot, the anticyclone is taking root and these days it is able to expand northward, to involve Italy. The weekend just ended saw the plume reach values ​​close to 50°C in Algeria and Tunisia, ie More than 10 degrees Celsius above average. tops 48.9 ° C in Tozeur, 47.7 ° C in Kebili, 46.9 ° C in Sidi, 46.5 ° C in Gafsa and Tataouine. Most of these agglomerations are located in the interior of central Tunisia, but the suffocating heat has reached the coastal areas, with The plume reached 45 degrees Celsius in Tunis on Saturday. Algeria was no different: at the airport in Biskra, in the desert oases, 49 ° C was reached, 48 ° C in Adrar, 47 ° C in Touggourt, Timimoun and Tindouf.

The heat is particularly stifling these days even at night, with Minimum temperatures that hardly fall below 40 degrees Celsius. Evidence for this is the 39 degrees Celsius recorded on Saturday in Arak (38 degrees Celsius this morning) in central Algeria, or 38 degrees Celsius in Al-Matroun, similar to the 37 degrees Celsius recorded at dawn today in Biskra.

Similar values ​​will also be reached in the next few days, whether in declines or hikes. However, from Wednesday, the sweltering heat will loosen its grip on Tunisia, but will focus more westward, and will continue to affect Algeria. Also Morocco.

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