A heatwave is continuing across southern Europe, with temperatures in the central Mediterranean expected to peak on Tuesday.
The Italian island of Sardinia is expected to see a high of 46C (114.8F) this afternoon.
There are warnings extreme heat could continue for a further 10 days in parts of Italy.
Spain has also faced consecutive heatwaves, with temperatures yesterday reaching 44C (111.2F) in the south of the country.
There have been wildfires on the Spanish island of La Palma and in mainland Greece.
Meanwhile, in the US, at midnight last night the temperature at a weather station in Death Valley, California was still 49C (120.2F).
The World Meteorological Society says extreme weather patterns highlight the need for more climate action.