The world is set to have its hottest year on record, according to the World Meteorological Organisation.
Rescuers evacuate people who trapped in flood waters caused by heavy rains ahead of the arrival of Typhoon Chan-Hom in China.
PARIS, FRANCE / LONDON, ENGLAND, UK / COLOGNE & MUNICH & OFFENBACH, GERMANY / BRUSSELS, BELGIUM / MADRID, SPAIN / GENEVA, SWITZERLAND (REUTERS) – Temperatures across Europe broke records with a high expected to reach 40 degrees Celsius, or 104 degrees Fahrenheit in some cities.
Britons bask in warmest day of the year as public health officials issue heatwave warnings.
Texas governor says flooding that has killed at least three people is the worst he has ever seen.
People hit the beaches and parks of south-east England to enjoy a spell of unusually hot sunny spring weather.
National disaster agency officials advise the public to take care as an approaching typhoon heads to the Philippines over the Easter holidays.
Images from the International Space Station show a massive typhoon forming as the Philippines warns residents to be ready for super typhoon “Maysak.”
Despite the arrival of spring, more snow hits New York City and the rest of the winter-weary U.S. Northeast.