The warm air that is currently baking parts of Europe to record temperatures will creep towards the UK sparking heat health alerts.
The weather is set to heat as warmer air from Europe arrives over the UK.
Merseyside is set for a record breaking temperatures as warm air is set to give the region a taste of spring today and during this weekend.
Parts of the UK have been placed an an AMBER heat alert as the Met Office warn people to stay out of the sun.
The UK is currently experiencing a very warm heatwave and with the high temperatures you may think it’s impossible to get your baby off to sleep.
Temperatures can be quite stuffy at night during this time of year, especially when the country has just had one of the hottest May Bank Holidays ever.
With the high temperatures comes a risk of pets overheating or dehydrating, here’s some tips to keep your pets cool.
The heat can be very uncomfortable and potentially dangerous for pregnant women, as pregnancy causes blood pressure to drop causing the person to faint.
Nighttime temperatures will be near 20C tonight across the UK, which may result in difficulty sleeping.
With nighttime temperatures around 20C for some of the week, you may think it’s impossible to get your baby off to sleep.