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Seks dage i træk over 30 grader - er ikke sket i 45 år

Six days in a row over 30 degrees – has not happened in 45 years

Seks dage i træk over 30 grader - er ikke sket i 45 år

More than half of the country has had over 30 degrees heat in the past little week.

When the temperature on Tuesday afternoon reached 31.1 degrees at Borris in West Jutland, it was the sixth day in a row that temperatures above 30 degrees were measured somewhere in the country.

The heat wave over Denmark is thus now beginning to seriously play with the muscles with an unusually long-lasting heat, which we need several decades back in time to surpass.

Not since August 1975 have we had six days in a row with temperatures above 30 degrees since the first nationwide temperature measurements were made in 1884.

Thus, we are right now surpassing the otherwise hot summers of 2018, 2004 and 1994, which all had five days with over 30 degrees in a row.

In August 1975, which with 36.4 degrees also offered the Danish heat record, there were a full nine days in a row, where the temperature reached over 30 degrees.

It is a record that has not been surpassed either before or since.


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