Portions of Western Europe are seeing record-breaking temperatures as the second heatwave in a month achieves its crest on Thursday.
A red alarm was issued in northern France – with Paris temperatures hitting a record 42.6C (108.7F).
Germany additionally set another temperature record, achieving 41.5C in the west.
The UK recorded a record temperature for July of 38.1C and trains were requested to run all the more gradually to stop rail tracks locking in the warmth.
The Netherlands likewise recorded its most astounding ever temperature, at 40.7C.
“Environmental change has improved the probability and seriousness of heatwave scenes crosswise over Europe,” the UK’s national climate administration said.