On June 3-7, the maximum temperature in Tashkent exceeded the maximum air temperature at the beginning of the last century and the end of the XIX century.
Uzhydromet reported about this.
“On June 2, 2021, an information message was transmitted that on June 3-7, an increase in heat is expected across the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan, caused by the increased removal of sultry air from the regions of Iran, and the average daily air temperature on these days will be 7-10°C higher than the climatic norm,” the message says.
As it became known, on June 3-7 this year, record high temperatures for this period were also recorded in Tashkent.
“The maximum temperature in the city of Tashkent on June 3-7 exceeded the maximum air temperature at the end of the XIX century. The highest temperature in the entire history of observations in the city of Tashkent was observed on July 18, 1997, which amounted to 44.6°C,” the forecasters noted.
Earlier it was reported that the 80-year-old temperature record was broken in Uzbekistan.