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EnvironmentIt's a scary thing in Turkey, the asphalt is starting to melt

It’s a scary thing in Turkey, the asphalt is starting to melt

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Temperatures in the southern Turkish counties of Denizli and Adana have reached 40 degrees Celsius, Turkish media reported, quoted by BTA.

A temperature of 40 degrees Celsius was reported today in the southwestern Turkish city of Denizli, where due to the unusual for the season heat in many places the asphalt began to melt. The melting has caused great difficulties for drivers and pedestrians in the city, according to CNN-Turk.

In Adana yesterday at noon the mercury column reported 40 degrees. Many of the city’s residents chose to spend most of the day in the parks, according to the DHA news agency.

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