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Accuweather: Croatia to be Hottest Part of Europe this Summer

1471918_711007315585540_482788130_nAmerican worldwide weather forecasting service Accuweather, who were accurate last year when they predicted a rainy summer in Croatia, has released its forecast for the upcoming European summer, and its good news for those who like it hot..

According to Accuweather, Croatia is expected to have a cracking summer this year, with temperatures expected to be the hottest on the continent. Above average temperatures are predicted. Meteorologist Eric Leister says that south-east Europe and the Balkan peninsular is expected to be greeted by a heat wave in the middle of summer.

Hot summer ahead in Croatia

Hot summer ahead in Croatia (Accuweather)

Heat, according to the seasonal prediction, mark and summer over much of the Mediterranean, from Spain, across the South of France to Italy. To the west of Spain and Portugal as well as in Scandinavia and the northeast of the continent announce

A rainy summer is forecast for the west of Spain and Portugal, as well as in Scandinavia and the northeast of the continent, whilst high temperatures are forecast over much of the Mediterranean, from Spain, across the South of France to Italy. Temperatures in Ireland and Scotland this summer are expected to be below average.

(photo / Sail Week Croatia)

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