Satellite images show rapid impact of last weeks record violation heat.
NASA snapshots show difference a week makes, with southeastern and eastern parts of England turns from green to brown in question of days due to a sharp rise in temperatures across the country.
Use the slider below to see the difference.
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Great Britain hit record temperature on Tuesday, with Coningsby in Lincolnshire reaches sweltering 40.3C (104.5F) – first the time since the start of the recording that the mercury column has exceeded 40C in country.
Some parts of The UK saw significant damage as result of extreme heat such as house and wildfires, the meltdown of airport runways and the expansion of railroad tracks.
Wennington in East London was devastated, with fires engulfing nearly 20 people. homes how result of in heat, with more houses in the capital also evacuated due to fires.
Major incidents were announced on fire brigades in London, Leicestershire and South Yorkshire.
No it’s not just UK, which faced unprecedented temperatures last week – Portugal, France and Spain also Suffered with burning heat and forest fires.
fire season hit parts of Europe earlier than usual year after an unusually dry hot spring left the soil has dried up – the authorities attribute this to climate change.
Popular resort on Greek island of Lesvos was also engulfed with flame on Saturday after fire began in island woods, leading to a mass evacuation, and firefighters in Athens also handed out with huge flashes.