The anticipated heat wave is the result of "a storm that streams across the Atlantic and high pressure across Central and Eastern Europe" that will "pull very hot air from Africa north across Europe," Accuweather said.
Spain will feel the first wave of "intense" heat at the weekend before the high temperatures spread to France, Germany, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Switzerland and Italy. The heat wave could last until the beginning of July, Accuweather predicted.
French National Scientist Meteo-France warned that the heat wave would start Sunday, especially in the east, with temperatures of 35 to 40 degrees Celsius over most of the country.
"Although it was short, this heat wave could be remarkable for how early it has come, as well as its intensity," said Meteo-France.
The French Ministry of Health has the idea that cool public spaces such as parks and gardens are open to the poor and homeless while elderly and disabled people must register with the local authorities to receive support.
On Twitter, German meteorological service Deutscher Wetterdienst warned
about, that an "extreme" heat wave would reach Germany on Monday and reach its height on Wednesday or Thursday.
A heat wave also burned Europe in 2018, resulting in more deaths in Spain and Portugal and drought conditions in Germany and Sweden. The continent saw its hottest August record the same year, according to the European Center for Climate Change Forecast (Copernicus Climate Change Service & # 39;).
The World Weather Attribution Initiative associated the European heat wave with climate change in 2018 and said "the likelihood of having such heat or higher is generally more than twice higher today than if human activities had not changed the climate."  "With global average temperatures continuing to increase heat waves, this will become even less unusual" The global association of climate institutes said.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 2018 was the world's fourth hottest year on record after 2016, 2015 and 2017.