Spanish heatwave breaks record for May temperatures

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Parts of Spain are experiencing their hottest May ever with temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius. Warnings for “one of the most intense” heatwaves in years were issued for 10 regions on May 21. Climate change is making heatwaves more frequent and more intense.

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