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Poland in scorching heat

20.06.2021 10:00
Following,what meteorologists termed as a “tropical” night, Sunday is another day of sunny skies and very high temperatures in Poland.
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The country’s Institute of Meteorology and Water Management has issued first and second heat warnings for most provinces in the country , and alerts of heavy rainfall and possible hailstorms in some areas. Temperatures in the south western regions are to soar to 35 degrees Celsius.

Experts urge to avoid excessive exposure to the scorching sun.

The Government Security Center advises  that people should drink a lot of water, avoid venturing outdoors unless necessary, refrain from exercise and not to drink alcohol, which causes dehydration.


Poles have massively taken advantage of the sunny weather, flocking to  beaches on the Baltic coast or the northern Mazury Lake district . Those less lucky , seek respite in aqua parks or on the banks of local rivers. In Warsaw the boulevards on the Vistula are packed from early hours of the morning, while in Krakow, in the south, tourists and locals can refresh themselves near special water curtains installed in the city center.