Winds down, temperatures up. Or in meteorologists’ language: Beaufort decrease, Celsius increase. Weather forecasters speak of a prolonged heat wave up to 41 degrees Celsius.

Temperature will gradually rise over the weekend and will affect initially Western Greece. Then the hell will grab large parts of the country from North to the South and from East to the West.
On Saturday, July 27th… temperature up to 39° and 41° Celsius in the North – Party cloudy in central and East Aegean, where North winds blow with 6 Beaufort.
Temperatures in Athens hit a blistering 40°C average on Saturday and were not expected to fall below 35°C until after 9:00 p.m. at night.
The heatwave is forecast to continue and reach its peak the middle of the week. 29-31 July, according to the Greek weather service, with average temperatures expected to rise up to 41-42°C or even higher in highly built-up areas.