Europe's heatwave is showing no sign of abating. Meteorologists say temperatures on the continent may reach the highest ever recorded. Some local heat records have already been broken in Portugal.
A ton of dead fish has been recovered near the German-Swiss border despite man-made 'cool pools' to prevent fish fatalities. Europe is in the throes of a heat wave that is impacting life in many different ways.
Like many areas across Europe, temperatures in the German city of Friedberg have been sweltering for weeks. An industrious supermarket owner in the city has decided to make the most of it.
While an extreme heat wave sweeps the globe this summer, a forecast by researchers brings little hope for cooling in the near future. There's a high chance it will be "anomalously warm" until at least 2022, they say.
Extreme heat continues to grip Portugal and Spain, with little relief in sight. The continued hot, dry conditions are presenting great challenges to firefighters across Europe.
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