(Agencies) It’s hardly news that it’s hot. What is news, though, is that the average daytime temperature in the Campo de Gibraltar has been over 40ºC for 20 days in the month. Two other records: relative humidity, which averages between 40 and 60% in July, has been in the 10%. This has created a severely dry period and a record evaporation rate of around 16% and, if the heat wave continues, could reach 20%.
About Jimena de la Frontera, the province of Cadiz and Spain as a whole, focused on this small village in the mountains
Record heat wave: +40ºC over 20 days