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Rose-Belle records hottest day in history, with new high of 35.3 degrees

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Rose-Belle records hottest day in history, with new high of 35.3 degrees

The village of Rose-Belle recorded – on Sunday 16 January 2022 – its hottest day in its history, according to the Mauritius Meteorological Services.

The village, in the south-eastern part of the island, officially recorded a new historical high of 35.3 degrees Celsius.

The island’s continued hot spell is set to continue as meteorologists predicted on Monday that the mercury is expected to rise to similar levels over the next 24 hours.

“The air mass over our region remains warm and moist, which is causing uncomfortable conditions,” it said.

“The maximum temperature will be above the mean by 2 to 3 degrees Celsius, with around 29 degrees Celsius over the highgrounds and from 31 to 34 degrees Celsius along the coasts,” it added.

Mauritius Met also predicted localised showers, of moderate intensity at times with thunderstorms.

U.K. Government researchers was recently quoted by Forbes as predicting that 2022 would be one of the hottest years on record.

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