Spain: record recorded with -34.1° this Wednesday morning in the Pyrenees

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This is a historical record for the entire Iberian Peninsula which was recorded on the night of Tuesday 5 to Wednesday 6 January at Clot de Llança, at 2,305 meters above sea level, in the comarca of Pallars Sobirà (province of Lleida), neighbor of Andorra: -34.1 ° (no wind), at 4:19 am precisely. It was still -30 ° at 10 a.m.

Remember that a cold front is announced for these days in Aude and the Pyrénées-Orientales where temperatures around -15 / -20 ° have already been recorded this Wednesday morning in Cerdagne (P.-O.) and in Comus (Aude).

The previous record was -32 °, recorded in 1956 in Estany Gento (Vall Fosca), also in the province of Lleida.

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