Wednesday, May 8

Spain provisionally sees hottest April day on document with temperature of 38.7C

Spain is believed to have recorded its hottest ever April day.

A temperature of 38.7C (101.66F) was provisionally recorded at Cordoba Airport on Thursday, in accordance with the Met Office.

The document was damaged because the nation continued to swelter excessive temperatures which additionally noticed a horse die and one other collapse whereas pulling passenger carriages by Seville.

The proprietor of the two-horse carriage is being investigated for doable animal abuse, native police stated.

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In Andalusia regional authorities, round 80,000 folks within the province of Cordoba are having to depend on truck deliveries for ingesting water, since drought has exhausted the close by reservoir and the water from one other dam has been deemed unsafe for consumption.

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