Temperatures set to soar

By TPN, in News · 06-07-2021 10:04:00 · 2 Comments

Temperatures are to tip 40 degrees in some parts of Portugal this weekend due to a blast of hot air mass from Africa.

Following an unseasonably cold start to the month of July, the thermometers are once again on the rise with the highest temperatures expected in the Alentejo region.

In the Algarve it will be feeling hot with temperatures peaking at 37 degrees with blue skies and light winds on Saturday and Sunday.

In Lisbon it will be feeling a little cooler with highs of 34 degrees and lows of 17 degrees, while in Porto, intermittent cloud cover is expected with highs of 27 degrees.

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