Over large parts of Norway temperatures records of over 27 degrees was recorded on Tuesday. In southern Norway many people being tempted to have bathwater even if we are right in the first month of autumn.
At the measuring station in Våland, Stavanger record with was set for 27.3 degrees on Tuesday. Nothing being measured this high since the last registered record in Oslo for more than 100 years ago with such a high temperature in September.
– It is especially western Norway which has distinguished itself with high temperatures on Tuesday.
But it has been quite warm, up to Helgeland said duty meteorologist Marit Helen Jensen at the Meteorological Institute to news agency NTB.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today