After a week of unstable weather last week, this week will start with summer-like temperatures across the map. According to the Portuguese Met Office, from tomorrow thermometers will rise above 30 degrees in various parts of southern Portugal. In the Algarve, temperatures are forecast to consistently sit above 30 degrees for much of the week, reaching maximums of 34 degrees Celsius on Friday.
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