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Climate: Heat Wave: Germany Marks Hottest Day In History

Germany’s all-time heat record was shattered Sunday when temperatures climbed to 104.5 degrees Fahrenheit, making it the hottest day in Germany since recordkeeping began in 1881, BNO News reported.

The temperature was recorded at a weather station in Kitzingen, which is in the southern state of Bavaria, a meteorologist told the Stuttgarter Nachrichten newspaper.

BNO News reported the previous record for Germany was 104.3 degrees Fahrenheit, set in July 1983 and matched in August 2003. Europe has experienced extreme heat since last week, with hot temperatures affecting Spain, Portugal, France, England and Belgium, reported.

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