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This summer is proving to be a hot one for Europe, recalling scenes from 2003 when, during a deadly heat wave, temperatures regularly went beyond 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Forecasters predict higher temperatures are yet to come. In Warsaw, a young girl cools off in the spray of a hose in front of Poland’s Royal Castle. Temperatures throughout Poland have climbed into the low 80s, well above the seasonal average of 64 degrees.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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