Spain has hit 108F (42C) with the southern city of Córdoba reaching the highest temperature in Europe as the continent continues to face the killer Spanish heatwave which has already claimed the lives of three people.
But the dangerous highs of 118F which were first expected are unlikely to be reached the Met Office has said but Spain has issued health warnings in 41 of the country's 50 provinces.
And eight locations, in central, south and east of Portugal have already broken local temperature records due to the Iberian Plume.
While a Finnish supermarket in Helsinki’s Pohjois-Haaga district is trying to beat the impact of the weather by inviting 100 customers to sleep in its air-conditioned store.
Holidaymakers enjoy the warm temperatures and bright sunshine at a beach in the Lake Solina resort of Polanczyk, south-eastern Poland
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