Landvik in Agder registered 28.3 degrees on Thursday – only 0.2 degrees away from the national September record of 28.5 degrees.
Several other measuring stations registered their warmest September day.
The heat has made a comeback at the very end of the summer in several places in Norway.
The Norwegian Meteorological Institute reports that Kjevik is among the weather stations that measured the warmest temperature in September since 1946.
“There was no Norwegian record for September today, but it was not far away,” the institute wrote on Twitter.
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