Weather warnings are in place across most of the country for the next few days, with much of mainland Spain and the islands under either amber or red alerts for very hot weather.
Temperatures reaching as high as 44°C are expected in places, with warnings in place for the next few days.
People are being advised to take extra precautions in the heat, ensure that they have water with them when driving, to check on the young, old and infirm, and to never leave children or animals inside cars when parked.
People are also being warned to remain vigilant in forested areas, as the risk of wildfires increases with the hot weather.
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