Europe suffers another heat wave in the summer when the SECOND Sahara plume strikes next week with temperatures expected to rise to 104F in southern France
- France recorded the highest temperature ever last month and suffered from drought
- According to forecasts, Europe could look for more weather-related chaos
- Predictors predict high values of 104F (40C) as the next heat wave next week
- Despite the fact that the heat temperatures are no higher than last month's Saharan plume
Europe will be hit by a new heat wave next week, as forecasters are warning of a plume from the Sahara and saying that temperatures may be higher than 104F (40C).
It was not until last month that Europe struggled to cope with rising temperatures on the continent, causing forest fires in Spain, France and Germany.
Britain is likely to be among the European countries to suffer from the highest temperatures in next week's heat wave – with long-term WX charts predicting highs of 89F (32C).
The highest temperatures in Europe will be seen in the south of France, where temperatures can reach as high as 39C-40C (104F).
The heat wave comes just as the British cancel their summer holiday with destinations on the affected continent
Temperatures will rise throughout Europe at the weekend with many of the favorite holiday resorts of the British
The intense heat arrives just in time for the summer holidays with Spain, France and Portugal that are all in trouble.
Areas of the Algarve and the Costa Del Sol can experience highlights of up to 95F (35C).
Last month's Sahara plume was caused by scorching hot air entering Europe from Africa and the Mediterranean
With spokesperson Nicola Maxey, MailOnline warned that the same thing could happen again.
& # 39; There is a possibility for air to blow in from Africa, & # 39; said Maxey, adding that the hot weather in Central and Southern Europe will also be caused by a build-up of high pressure.
The unruly weather pattern has led to fears that Europe could be immersed in an even deeper drought crisis after having suffered the previous month.
The WX Charts company shared maps with a huge hotspot over Central Europe and warned next week's temperatures were & # 39; potential record to break & # 39 ;.
& # 39; We could watch a new round of extreme European heat next week & # 39 ;, the company tweeted.
Europe will be gripped by temperatures as high as 104F (40C) because it looks like it will undergo its second heat wave within a month
& # 39; You should look at it now, but the signal (for a heat wave) is there. & # 39;
Météo France, the national weather agency of the country, said that most parts of the country will arrive at 35C the following Tuesday.
The forecast comes just a few weeks after France registered its hottest ever temperature – 114.62F (45.9C) in Gallargues-le-Montueux.
Germany, France, Poland and the Czech Republic also recorded their highest temperatures ever in June.
The World Meteorological Organization said 2019 is on track to be & # 39; the world's hottest years and 2015-2019 would be the most exciting five-year period.
People cool down in the fountains of Trocadero near the Eiffel Tower, when France suffered a heat wave last month
People are swarming on a public beach amid a heat wave in Valencia amid burning temperatures throughout Spain
Helicopters drop water over a forest fire on the outskirts of Cadalso de los Vidrios in central Spain
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