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Autumn weather welcomed after one of the hottest summers

The 27th of August had one of the highest recorded temperatures in history. Locals are welcoming cool autumn weather after the scorching summer heat.


21 September 2010 11:18 PM



Barcelona (ACN).- One of the hottest summers in Catalonia will end in two days. Temperatures this summer were 1.4 degrees higher than the average temperatures between 1971-2009. Catalans are welcoming autumn weather and a return back to normality. The Spanish Meteorological Agency (Aemet) says that although it is not sure, indications lead to more extreme weather in the future such as heat waves, colder than normal temperatures and strong storms. According to the agency, October through December of this year will see normal temperatures and below average precipitation.


  • This summer has been one of the hottest in decades (by ACN)

  • This summer has been one of the hottest in decades (by ACN)