The Guardian says Temperatures in parts of southern Spain are forecast to exceed 42C on Saturday as a heatwave of “extraordinary intensity” brings dusty skies, a heightened risk of forest fires and blistering conditions more usually seen in high summer than mid-May.
The Independent says a dust cloud from the desert could see ‘blood rain’ fall across the country as it mixes with incoming thunderstorms, forecasters have said.
France24 says several southern French towns sizzled in record high temperatures for May on Wednesday, while the month as whole is on track to be the hottest since records began.
The Sun says BRITS heading to Spain have been warned of soaring temperatures, with part of the country expected to hit 42C.
The Independent says the UK has recorded its hottest day of 2022 after temperatures reached 27.5C in the southeast on Tuesday afternoon.
The Sun says BRITAIN will roast in maximum temperatures of 28C today – but there’s still a risk of thunder and heavy showers, according to experts.
Daily Express says THE Met Office has announced a yellow weather warning for the UK as thunderstorms are set to smash the nation tonight, with fears of power cuts as a result.
France24 says as global warming accelerates, the spectre of drought haunts France’s once verdant farmland.
Daily Mirror says Britain is set to bake in glorious sunshine with temperatures set to hit a high of 20C as warm weather sweeps in from the Atlantic Azores Islands.
The Sun says FORECASTERS have predicted the exact date temperatures will hit a glorious 21C as Brits are set to flock to the beach in droves.
Sky News says some parts of the UK could be hotter than Ibiza and Crete this week with forecasters expecting temperatures to exceed 20C (68F).
VOA says a wind-driven Arizona wildfire almost tripled in area on Wednesday after burning dozens of structures and forcing thousands to flee their homes in a drought-hit rural area.
The Independent says an earthquake measuring 5.9 magnitude on the Richter scale struck waters off Davao Oriental, a province in Philippine’s Mindanao island, on Tuesday morning.
TRT World says South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared a national state of disaster over the deadly floods on the east coast.
Monday is expected to see a drop in the glorious temperatures the UK has seen over the Easter weekend.
The Guardian says the death toll from landslides and floods in the Philippines rose to 123 on Wednesday with scores missing and feared dead.
TRT World says the death toll from floods and mudslides after rainstorms struck the South African port city of Durban and surrounding areas in KwaZulu-Natal province has climbed to 59.
The Sun says HEAVY rain and thunder will strike Britain TODAY in a band of short-lived downpours.
France24 says rescuers hampered by mud and rain searched Tuesday for survivors of landslides that smashed into villages in the central Philippines, as the death toll from tropical storm Megi rose to 27.
UK snow forecast – Exact date white stuff will hit this week revealed in -2C deep freeze with flurries in to Midlands
The Sun says MORE snow is expected to fall in Britain later this week as temperatures plummet to -2C.
The Independent says Parts of Scotland and northern England have been hit by heavy snow, as a new “wintry” weather front saw temperatures plummet as low as -6C overnight.
Sky News says the UK’s glorious spring weather is about to come to an abrupt halt – with snow and temperatures of minus 5C forecast.
The Metro says almost as quickly as it arrived – Britain’s ‘mini heatwave’ will be replaced by colder weather.
The Guardian says a large tornado touched down in New Orleans on Tuesday evening, causing damage and destruction to the city’s lower ninth ward.
The Independent says the first week of spring will usher in seven days of sunshine across the UK, forecasters have said.
The Metro says spring sunshine is set to send temperatures soaring to 20°C this week as Britain basks in warmer weather than southern Spain.
Sky News says Britons can expect to see more warm weather this week after enjoying the hottest day of the year so far.
TRT World says at least 7 people have been killed, incl. two children, when a tornado swept through central Iowa, damaging buildings and knocking down trees.
France24 says Floodwaters crashed into more towns on Australia’s east coast as a deadly storm front barrelled south on Wednesday towards Sydney.
Belfast Telegraph says snow arrived in Northern Ireland on Thursday morning with winter scenes across the province, with the Met Office issuing another warning for icy stretches from the evening until 9am on Friday morning.
The Independent says Motorists are facing difficult driving conditions and schools are shut in some areas as snow falls in many parts of the country, amid warnings of lightning strikes.
The Metro says The UK is facing more extreme weather today as flooding continues across the country.
The UK has been hit by its third storm – Storm Franklin – today and it is battering the UK with strong winds and heavy rain.
The Independent says Britons have been warned to brace for strengthening winds and lashing rain as Storm Franklin moves in overnight.
The Metro says Frustrated travellers have had to wait as long as four hours to collect their bags at Heathrow Airport this weekend as Storm Eunice continues to cause chaos.