SPAIN’S warm weather reputation was shattered when the UK recently suffered their hottest day of the year this Thursday, July 3.
At a brutal 27.7C, England’s southeastern region surpassed highs across Spain, with Madrid only topping at 23C.
However, Spain wasn’t shorted of their own freak weather.
The northern region of the country saw 45 minute hail storms outside of Soria in the town of Almazan, leaving homes and businesses flooded in a near metre deep of precipitation.
Though hopefully Spain won’t see any more ice storms, British forecasters are predicting UK temperatures to continue rising.
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