Abnormal heat in Central Asia and the Middle East

Very hot weather was established at the end of July in Central Asia and the Middle East. In Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, the temperature exceeds +40, in Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan – +45.

In Bishkek and Tashkent on 26 July, daily heat records (+39.3 and +41.7, respectively) were updated.

In Turkestan, the thermometer rose to +43, 6. The former maximum of July 26 from 1943 was +41.1.

The wave of warmth spread from the Middle East. In Iraq, the air heated up to +48, in Saudi Arabia – to +49, in Iran – to +50.

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