Captured by the Copernicus Sentinel-3 mission on July 30, 2021, this picture reveals smoke billowing from a number of fires alongside the southern coast of Turkey. Turkey has been battling lethal wildfires since final week. Over the weekend, vacationers and native residents needed to be evacuated from Bodrum and Marmaris, with some fleeing by boat because the flames crept nearer to the shoreline. Southeast Europe is at the moment experiencing extraordinarily excessive temperatures. Greece is reported to expect an all-time European document at this time of 47°C. The heatwave, the results of a warmth dome, has seen temperatures attain above 40°C in many areas, and meteorologists anticipate the climate will proceed this week, making it essentially the most extreme heatwave for the reason that Nineteen Eighties.
Fires have additionally been raging in Spain, Italy, and Greece, a few of which have led to the Copernicus Emergency Mapping Service being triggered. The mapping service makes use of knowledge from satellites to assist response to disasters reminiscent of wildfires and floods.