Climate in Slovenia: Higher temps, more heat waves

Ljubljana, 5 March - Air temperature in Slovenia has risen by 2 degrees Celsius over the past 50 years, the number of heat waves has increased and periods of heavy rain have become more frequent, show data released by the Slovenian Environment Agency (ARSO).

Heat waves becoming more frequent as the average temperature in Slovenia rose by 2 degrees Celsius in 1961-2011.
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