At last..some relief from this record heat.

At last..some relief from this record heat.

Here in Sweden, it’s been HOT, at least depending on your frame of reference, as Radio Sweden found out from people Wednesday morning, in the heart of Stockholm.

It has been hot for Stockholm - since records started being kept here more than 260 years ago, the July average temperature has never been so hot. (And Stockholm’s average July temperature was also the highest ever recorded in Sweden, for that matter.)

In general, this July was the warmest ever recorded in the country, according to the Swedish weather service, SMHI. Overall, July was 3 to 5 degrees Celsius warmer than usual, and there were records for heat in several places.

In Kvikkjokk, in nothern Sweden, one day in July the temperature reached 32.5 degrees Celsius, the hottest they’ve ever written down - breaking the record from 1945. But often it’s in the inner cities where the highest temperatures are recorded, since buildings and other things give the warmth more of a foothold.

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