Lucifer’s rise ensures the highest temperature ever in Europe

On Thursday, the thermometer will break the 30-degree mark in Switzerland on the north side of the Alps.

This is after the highest temperature ever recorded in Europe was measured on Wednesday. In Syracuse on the southeast coast of Sicily, the thermometer rose to 48.8 degrees. This breaks the 44-year European temperature record from 1977. At that time, 48 degrees were measured in Athens.

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