Severe weather conditions across Europe have claimed at least 44 lives in recent days.
Due to temperatures reaching up to 115F:
*Greece - two people died
*Romania - six people died, bringing the country's heat wave death toll to 29.
*Turkey - a man collapsed on a beach and later died as temperatures there reached 111F.
In Turkey the governor of Istanbul said pregnant and disabled public servants would be given days off on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Greek government has ordered all public offices to close at midday on Tuesday and Wednesday to allow people to stay out of the sun.
*Firefighters in Italy battled to bring 30 forest fires sparked by the heat wave under control, with their efforts frustrated by strong winds.
Meteorologists said temperatures could hit 104F in the Romanian capital Bucharest this week, the highest level in 90 years.
Due to extreme rains and floods:
*England - three people died and about 250 northern county residents were evacuated.
*Bulgaria - three people drowned seeking respite from extreme temperatures.