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Totana Civil Protection reports that next week will be very hot in the Region of Murcia

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Totana Civil Protection reports that, starting tomorrow, temperatures will be high in our Region, which will be one of the hottest areas in Spain next week.

Although the forecast is medium and long term, today it seems that temperatures will rise gradually and between Tuesday and Saturday there will be very high temperatures, above 35 ÂșC in general (except on the coast), even being able to reach 40 ÂșC some day in low zones of the Region of Murcia.

Sunday would end the episode with a clear drop in temperatures.

For now, the yellow warning has been activated inside the Region for next Tuesday due to temperatures that can reach 39 ÂșC.

The notices will be activated most of the days inside the Region.

We will be following the evolution in the coming days.

Be very careful with heat and fires.

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