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The Hottest 17 June In Zagreb In 132 Years

Croatia’s capital Zagreb sizzled in the sun on Monday, with temperatures reaching 33.8°C, the hottest 17 June since records were kept at the Gric meteorological station in 1881. Yesterday’s temperatures surpass the previous record held in 1927 when 32.6°C was recorded. The average temperature for this date in June is 24.6°C. Late last month met offices predicted a hotter than average summer for Croatia.

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