Thursday, 6 August 2009

Hottest Day for 100 Years In Veliko Turnovo

Yet another year and more record broken in terms of temperatures recorded. If it’s not the coldest on record in the winter it’s the hottest in the summer, the latter hit the mark this time. The hottest for 100 years! There ma be hotter days to come in future years with global climate inching its way up gradually. Good for grapes and watermelons though.

Hottest Day for 100 Years In Veliko Turnovo
People in the town of Veliko Tarnovo, Northern Bulgaria, sweated out their warmest August 4 for the last one hundred years with highs standing at 39.08 C.

The warm weather that swept Bulgaria last month continued on Tuesday with the most searing temperatures recorded in the whole of the Northeastern part of the country.

Temperatures will come off the boil on Tuesday evening, when spells of cold air and showers will cool down the country.

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