DON’T turn off the air conditioning just yet.
The Spanish meteorological agency warns that temperatures could continue to reach Into 40 degrees Celsius plus through July 16
Beginning at the end of June, this heat wave has proved unexpectedly long, resulting in over a hundred cases of heat stroke.
An Olive Press reporter in Sabinillas witnessed last Wednesday a temperature of 48 degrees in her car.
While Estepona estate agent Adam Neale, of Terra Meridiana, told the Olive Press: “A friend of mine sent me a picture taken in his car, a new Range Rover, showing the thermometer registering 55.”
Another English agent in Torrox said it was the hottest she had felt it in 28 years.
The death of an 82-year-old man in Sevilla was attributed to heatstroke from the heat wave last Tuesday, but no other deaths have been reported.
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