By Euro Weekly News Media • 10 September 2014 • 13:24
MALAGA is seeing the hottest September since records began, with average temperatures of 35 degrees celsius.
The first eight days of September have seen average temperatures soar a whopping five degrees higher than normal, according to Spain’s meteorological association Aemet, which has predicted temperatures to remain high throughout next week.
Minimum temperatures within the province are not expected to fall below 19 or 20 degrees.
The high temperatures have been exacerbated by westerly winds, as well as Malaga’s infamous terral, the dry hot summer air which blows along the coast.
Aemet have said that temperatures are expected to remain summery in to next week, although the wind may well drop.
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