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Yesterday, an Icelandic heat record for the first 26 days of March was broken in the northernmost town of Iceland, Siglufjörður, when the temperature reached almost 18°C (65°F), mbl.is reports.

The second warmest town in Europe yesterday was Alicante, southern Spain, with 16°C (61°F).

Yesterday, the temperature in Athens, Greece, reached 8°C (46°F), as in London and Stockholm. The temperature in Berlin was 5°C (41°F), and it was only 1°C (34°F) in Moscow. ​

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