Summer is on it's way - could be a shock to the system!
France is braced for a heatwave with temperatures forecast to exceed 40C this week – potentially breaking the record for June.
Temperatures are expected to reach 35 degrees or more on Monday, and climb even further until the peak on Thursday and Friday.
The north of the country – including Paris - will be worst affected.
A weather system over the Atlantic is creating high atmospheric pressure over the region, drawing up hot air from northern Africa and Spain, raising temperatures.
In Spain, weather agency Aemet is predicting temperatures of above 35C in large parts of the country, and above 40C in the centre - and 42C in the valleys of Ebro, Tajo, Guadiana and Guadalquivir. Holidaymakers in Mallorca or the Canary Islands can also expect 35C temperatures.
Germany is also predicting temperatures in the mid-30s in Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt and other cities – with a forecast 38C for the capital by Thursday.