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Spain registers hottest spring temperatures on record

MADRID (AP) — Spain registered its hottest spring on record this year, and its second driest ever, the state meteorological agency says. A spokesman for the Aemet weather agency says the latest data shows a continuation of the extremely high temperatures in 2022, which was the hottest year ever recorded in Spain. The spring heat was accompanied by a scarcity of rain that will exacerbate Spain’s long-term drought, despite some rainfall over the last month. The Aemet spokesman also issued predictions for the summer ahead: he says it’s likely to be “extremely hot,” though with a strong probability of rain.

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