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Spain. Heat. Over 40 degrees. “We can’t sleep, the kids don’t want to be home because of the heat”

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A heatwave hit Spain. In many parts of the country, temperatures exceeded 40 degrees Celsius on Monday. The hot weather is expected to last until Wednesday.

The heat is taking its toll on the people of Spain. On Monday, the maximum temperature rose to 44 degrees Celsius in the city of Morón de la Frontera in the Andalusia region. In the cities of Seville, Jerez de la Frontera and Tomares, thermometers showed 42 degrees C.

– The heat is terrible. The kids have to come here (to the park) to cool off because it’s unbearable at home. It’s overwhelming. We can’t sleep, the kids don’t want to be home because of the heat. Thank God we have a beach where we can come to,” said Elvira Martinez, a resident of Madrid, the capital of Spain.

Maximum temperature on Monday, June 26 in Spain wetteronline.de

The heat makes work difficult

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The heat makes the work of gardeners in Madrid difficult. Due to the heat, they were forced to stop working.

– We have a special heatwave protocol here. We only work seven hours, starting at seven and finishing at two in the afternoon. Since we are gardeners and we work outdoors, we first make the rounds and then we go under the trees, said Reimundo Perez, a gardener from Madrid.

People are trying to cool off on the beach PAP/EPA/MANUEL BRUQUE

Heat in SpainPAP/EPA/DAVID ARJONA

Heat alerts

The Spanish Meteorological Agency (AEMET) issued heat warnings. Orange and yellow alerts are in effect in the south and north-east of the country.

“We’ve gotten used to heatwaves in June, but they weren’t really that frequent 10-12 years ago,” said Ruben del Campo, spokesman for the Spanish meteorological agency AEMET.

Heat in Spain PAP/EPA/DAVID ARJONA

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