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Temperature record broken for third day in a row in Belgium

Credit: Belga

Belgium’s temperature day record was broken for the third day in a row on Tuesday, weatherman David Dehenauw announced on Twitter.

With 16.5 degrees, today is the warmest 23 February since 1990, when it was 16.3 degrees.


Yesterday’s temperature also beat the record from 1990, with 16.6 degrees being measured, compared to 16.3 degrees. Sunday, meanwhile, beat the record for 21 February by 3.3 degrees, beating a record from 1946.

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The warm weather is expected to continue until Friday, when maximum temperatures are expected to drop down to 10 degrees.

Jason Spinks
The Brussels Times