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Temperature rises to record high for January 2

The warmest January 2 on record was registered in Fulophaza Hattyus-szek, in central Hungary, on Monday, with the mercury hitting 18.2 C., according to the Hungarian Meteorological Service (OMSZ).

The previous record of 16.4 C. had been measured in 1992 in Szentgotthard Farkasfa, in the west, OMSZ said on Facebook.

A cold front is expected to reach the country on Tuesday, OMSZ said, adding, however, that temperatures are still set to remain warmer than what is normally expected for this time of year.


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