Air passengers suffered major disruption on Friday due to the heatwave and a technical problem with the UK’s air traffic control system.
Air passengers were facing disruption on Friday due to the heatwave and a technical problem with the UK’s air traffic control system .
Morning train commuters face disruption after the extreme heat caused chaos on the rail network.
Temperatures have already climbed above 30C in some parts of the UK after a tropical night, as the country braces for record-breaking heat.
Britain could bake under record-breaking heat as temperatures could potentially climb to 39C (102.2F) on Thursday.
Police officers searching for swimmers who went missing during the UK’s heatwave have found three bodies.
The UK could see temperatures soar to a record-breaking 39C (102.2F) on Thursday, the Met Office said as it warned heatwaves were on the increase as a result of climate change.
Police officers searching for swimmers who went missing during the UK’s heatwave have found two bodies.
Large swathes of Britain have experienced storms and lightning strikes as the country braces for what could be its hottest day ever later this week.
Thunderstorms could lead to travel delays and power cuts as the UK edges towards potentially its hottest July day.
The UK is expected to edge towards its hottest ever July day, with the mercury due to soar above 30C (86F) on Tuesday.
The UK looks set to enjoy a mini heatwave next week, with the mercury topping 34C in some parts of the country.
A new analysis shows that while Earth was slightly cooler last year than the previous few years, it was still the fourth warmest year on record.
A hurricane across the Atlantic may “influence” Britain’s hot weather possibly bringing wind and rain next week.
The North-east enjoyed some of the highest temperatures in the country – with the mercury soaring above the April average.
The North-east has basked in sunshine on the warmest day of the year so far, according to weather experts.