The heat wave goes on ... and on

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Hot air from North Africa has caused the most severe heatwave since 2003 in Iberia.

Scandinavia, an area known for its frigid temperatures, is reporting record highs, Greece is ravaged by wildfires, and most parts of France and Germany have been scorching for months.

Sweden's official tallest point is set to change amid record temperatures, as it faces wildfire risks as far as the Arctic circle.

In the Middle East: Quriyat, Oman, likely set the world's hottest low temperature ever recorded on June 28, when the temperature failed to drop below 109°F, or 42.8°C.

Tourists travelling from Ireland to Spain and Portugal this weekend should be especially careful due to the intense expected heat. That could push them above Europe's record high of 48C, set in Athens in 1977.

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In Europe Meteoalarm weather group has already released a "red" alert - classified as a very hazardous and unsafe to life - for the greater part of southern Portugal and Badajoz in the West of Spain.

Italy has also issued red alerts across its centre and north, which includes the tourist hotspots of Rome, Florence and Venice.

Friday saw local all-time record temperatures at nearly half the country's weather stations.

High temperatures contributed to the deaths of two men Friday in Spain, one in Barcelona and the other in the southeastern region of Murcia, according to Spanish authorities.

And as we move into the weekend the mercury will remain high, as blisteringly hot weather sweeps in from Spain and Portugal.

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"The highest maximum temperatures on Saturday will be in the Alentejo and Tejo region of Portugal. where 46 or 47C is possible".

The hot, dry conditions have led to several wildfires in Portugal. In Lisbon, temperatures reached 43 degrees Celsius on Friday.

As Europe suffers another heatwave, forecasters say the highest temperature record in the continent's history can be beaten in the coming days.

A large plume of roasting hot air has set in motion another heatwave, not just in the United Kingdom, but across Europe, paving the way for warm weather through the rest of summer.

Southwest Europe is bracing itself for extreme heat and forecasters are advising holidaymakers to stay inside during the hottest parts of the day.

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Areas along the Hampshire and Dorset coast, such as Gosport, are most likely to feel the heat on Saturday, while the hottest areas on Sunday are expected to be around London and stretching north to the Midlands.