Summer in Iceland is off to a broiling start, and has already broken the heat record made last summer.
[In] 2015, the northeast Iceland town of Seyðisfjörður broke summer temperature records when the heat climbed to 24.1°C. However, that was on September 7 of that year. Last Friday, by contrast, the northeast Iceland town of Egilsstaðir hit 24.9°C.
As such, the summer of 2016 is already proving to be a warmer one than last year, and we are scarcely a week into June