Sunday, July 14, 2024

A maximum temperature

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c of 35,6 degrees Celsius was measured in West Jylland on Wednesday afternoon, marking the hottest July day since 1941. According to the Danish Meteorological Institute’s (DMI) Klimaatlas-rapport 2021, the number of heatwave days in Denmark will increase from two to nine days per year by 2071, and the average temperature will rise by 3,4 degrees Celsius. 

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