Temperatures in Europe will soar over the weekend as the atmospheric instability gradually subsides, the METEO weather service announced on Friday.

Extremely hot air masses are expected to spread from Africa to Europe beginning on Saturday afternoon and intensifying over the weekend, from June 23rd & 24th.
On Sunday, temperatures are forecast to reach a high of 36°C (97 degrees Fahrenheit) in many European Cities, while the temperature on Monday is expected to rise even further, reaching 43°C (110 degrees Fahrenheit).
The heatwave will persist in western, central and northern parts of Europe, with meteorologists suggesting that the temperatures in Spain, France, Belgium, the Netherlands and even the UK will be extremely high next week.