Record heat in Palermo, 47 degrees is the highest recorded temperature ever

Record heat in Palermo, 47 degrees is the highest recorded temperature ever
Record heat in Palermo, 47 degrees is the highest recorded temperature ever

Palermo now has a new absolute heat record: the 47°C recorded at 15.42 by the astronomical observatory – reads the Facebook page MeteoPalermo association onlus – represent the highest value ever recorded since the beginning of data collection, from 1791. But it is a record that could last very little. Because, as the meteorologists explain, it could already be outdated shortly because after a short drop the station is again at +46°C and there is still tomorrow.

Hot air from the Sahara blows over Sicily, with another 48 hours of extreme heat expected

Yes, because according to forecasts, the peak of this suffocating heat wave is expected tomorrow between tonight and tomorrow. In fact, tonight will prove to be one of the hottest in recent decades for large sectors of the island: the further reinforcement of the Libeccio winds will feed extraordinarily high temperatures on the Sicilian Tyrrhenian side, almost constantly above 35-37 degrees between the provinces of Trapani, Palermo and Messina. An improvement is expected from Wednesday, when there should be a drop in temperatures of more than 10 degrees.

 
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