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Met Office Warning: Croatian Summer May Be Hottest Ever

Meteorologists have warned Croatian citizens to get ready for what could be the hottest summer on record. Croatians have been advised to enjoy the ‘conformable’ May temperatures before the ‘hellish’ summer begins.

“The latest prognosis continues what has been talked about – there is a great possibility for another above average summer, in some places in Croatia there could be extreme temperatures,” said meteorologist Zoran Vakula to Jutarnji list, adding that June, July and August will be warmer than average. Britain’s meteorologist service announced that this summer in Europe could be one of the warmest in history.

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