A new heat wave has gripped Türkiye and will affect the Marmara region the most, where the temperatures are likely to rise by 6 to 10 degrees Celsius, warns meteorologists.
According to the Directorate General of Meteorology’s report, the temperatures in Marmara Region will increase by 6 to 10 degrees, which is above the seasonal normal.
While experts stated the temperature in Istanbul would rise to 31-32 C, reaching the highest temperature in the region, it is expected to reach 35-37C in Edirne.
As per the estimates, the temperatures is like to hover around 31-33C in Kırklareli, 37-41C in Kocaeli and Sakarya and 33-35C in Yalova, while the temperatures in Tekirdağ could reach up to 30-33C.
According to the Istanbul Regional Forecasting and Early Warning Center, the rising temperatures will affect the Marmara region starting Sept. 16 and last until Sept. 19.
Hurriyet Daily News