Yesterday, maximum temperatures of 30ºC were registered in Sa Pobla as a mass of hot air from North Africa moved across the region and is expected to remain with us until at least Saturday.
In Pollensa, temperatures reached 28.9ºC and in Llucmajor, 28.3ºC.
According to a spokesperson for the Balearic Met. Office, Maria Jose Guerrero, the average temperature for this time of year in Sa Pobla is 17.9ºC and temperatures, especially here in Majorca, are going to remain high until the weekend. Today, the winds are forecast to change direction to Easterly so, again, the highest temperatures will be in the centre of the island.
On the mainland, maximum temperatures of 35ºC have been recorded.
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