June was hotter than normal in Bahrain with an average temperature of 34.3C, according to the meteorology department.
It was 1.9C above the long-term normal, making it the seventh highest average monthly temper
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Temperatures could soar as high as 40C during the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix set to take place next month, an expert has warned.
The event takes place on April 19, 20 and 21 at the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC).
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Bahrain last month experienced its hottest October on record with the average daily temperature reaching 30.8C, 1.6C above normal, a report said.
The average temperature on 15 days was at least 35C, said the Civil Aviation Affairs Meteo
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Last month was the hottest July on record in Bahrain, with a mean temperature of 36 deg C, which was 2.1 deg C above average, said Civil Aviation Affairs Meteorological Directorate officials.
It also broke the previous record of 35.8C,