Beijing: A heat wave has spread to China and several countries in Western Europe. A red alert has been declared in 86 cities including Shanghai, China’s commercial capital, while in Western Europe, the effect of increased temperature in Spain and France is being felt up to Britain. Rising temperatures have led Britain to declare a national heatwave emergency. China is currently so hot that roads are collapsing and the roofs of buildings are melting. Due to intense heat, third level red alert has been announced in 86 cities. Fears are being expressed that in the next 24 hours, the temperature may cross 40 degrees Celsius in cities including Shanghai. On the other hand, the temperature in central Spain is 43 degrees Celsius. It has been reported and due to its effect, the temperature in England and Wales has risen to 35 degrees Celsius. has been reached, following which amber heat warning has been declared.