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Hottest National Day since 1952: observatory

Recorded temperature of 33.7 degrees Celsius marked Tuesday as the hottest National Day since 1952.

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The Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG) told government-owned broadcaster TDM on Tuesday that it recorded a temperature of 33.7 degrees Celsius – the highest on Tuesday – at its monitoring station on Big Taipa Hill on Tuesday, marking it the hottest National Day since 1952.

The weather station said that Macau’s weather was very hot on Tuesday under the influence of a continental anticyclone, which was expected to continue to influence Macau’s weather today. According to the Macau Post Daily, the bureau predicted that Wednesday’s weather will be sunny and very hot, and also forecast bad air quality.

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