2003 European heat wave
The 2003 European heat wave was a natural disaster in Europe in the summer of 2003. The heat led to the hottest summer on record since at least 1540. France was especially hard hit. The heat led to health crises in several countries. It combined with droughts to reduce crops in Southern Europe.
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- "Sequence of Extreme Weather Events". The Prevention Web. Retrieved Jun 23, 2016.