A heatwave is about to hit mainland Europe, with temperatures of up to 40 degrees Celsius expected in late June / early July. Hot winds blowing from the Sahara desert are said to be the cause. The high temperatures are expected to last into next week.
Turning the central heating down not only saves money but could keep you slim, say scientists. Evidence suggests that feeling
Are you lying in bed completely naked in the starfish position with you're windows wide open and you're still hot? Have you got your first 'sula' (sweaty upper lip ALERT)? And, is your bag filled with four different water bottles? This British heat wave has definitely caused a dangerous behaviour pattern evident amongst all of us Brits and this bloody heat is the cause of it!
Britain has sweltered as temperatures soared to a seven-year high, but the heatwave is set to give way to heavy downpours
Britain will continue to bask in sunshine and soaring temperatures today as the heatwave shows no sign of abating, forecasters
The world is on track to see temperature rises of up to 5.3C, the International Energy Agency warned as it set out swift
The Bank Holiday weekend is set to conclude in typically unsettled fashion with up to an inch of rain expected in some areas
Britain is preparing to bask in what could be the hottest day of the year so far, prompting thousands to flock to the coastline
Britain will enjoy a scorching Bank Holiday Monday as temperatures continue to increase across the country. England and Wales
Temperatures in the south of England could break the 20C (68F) mark this week, forecasters said. But as the South West, South