In some cities, the temperatures are in the 60s.
In others, the high temperature is in the 90s.
And in the UK, the mercury is in excess of 100 degrees.
In the city of Birmingham, hot air balloons are being used to deliver air to areas of the city that are suffering from heat-related deaths.
But what is this, a hot air ballooning stunt?
It’s a test run, the UK’s Airports Authority said on Thursday.
Birmingham is set to be the first UK city to be subjected to the test.
The Birmingham Balloon Test, or BAT, is part of a wider pilot programme called the Birmingham Heat and Heat Resilience Strategy (BHIHS).
It aims to ensure that cities in the North and Midlands have an adequate supply of air conditioning, which will provide people with more energy, more comfort and more peace of mind.
The scheme aims to encourage people to reduce the number of days they spend in the hot sun by about two thirds.
The programme is aimed at increasing the number and quality of air conditioned workplaces in Birmingham.
The Birmingham Heat Resiliency Strategy aims to increase the number, quality and resilience of air-conditioned workplaces in the city.
BHIHSS aims to reduce heat-associated deaths and promote better health in urban areas.
It is hoped the new pilot programme will help to address the issue of heat stress and improve air quality in Birmingham, where temperatures in the summer are in excess -10C (36F) above the normal range.
Birmingham’s air conditioning system, which is based on a mix of heat-reflective materials, has been around for a long time.
But it was not until 2015 that it was adapted for use by the public.
In Birmingham, the heat has become so severe that there is no way to reduce it.
Birmingham residents were told to wear a mask in the daytime.
Some residents, especially those living in older areas, were forced to wear the masks indoors, to protect themselves from the high temperatures.
In some areas, the city has lost more than 10,000 jobs since the beginning of the year.
At the same time, the number who are employed have fallen significantly, with the average working person losing a job of £1,000.
There are concerns about the air conditioning that is being used in Birmingham and how it will be affected by the BHIHS.
“It is important to make sure that air conditioning is not being used as a weapon,” Birmingham Mayor Sadiq Khan said.
“There is no point to creating an environment that is not safe and comfortable.
Birmingham residents should not have to choose between their health and their ability to work.
We have to make the most of the opportunities to work and we need to do that in a climate that is comfortable and warm.
‘A big step forward’The Birmingham Airport Authority said it would make sure all its flights were able to return to normal by March.
But the authority said that would not be enough.”
No question of complacency’Birmingham Mayor Sajid Javid has said that the new BHIHHS pilot programme has the potential to make a big difference. “
We are hoping the new pilots will help us do that.”‘
No question of complacency’Birmingham Mayor Sajid Javid has said that the new BHIHHS pilot programme has the potential to make a big difference.
Speaking to the BBC on Thursday, he said: “There is a huge difference between the way people live in Birmingham now and 20 years ago.”
I think there is a real chance that the pilots, with this, will be able to really make a difference.
“It has been 20 years since Birmingham was first hit by heat-induced deaths and there are many reasons why we are not doing as well as we should in terms of air quality and the number that are affected.”
Birmingham has a reputation for being a hot place, with a high rate of heat stroke deaths and a high number of cases of heart disease.
The city has seen a dramatic increase in the number or deaths of people who are diagnosed with asthma and COPD, the coronavirus and respiratory problems.
A major factor behind the increase is the use of air conditioners, which can cause overheating and respiratory distress.
The pilot programme, announced by the Birmingham City Council on Thursday morning, is being tested by air-conditions in Birmingham on a small scale, in conjunction with the Birmingham Hospital for Children.
“This will be an exciting new opportunity for us to improve the city’s air quality,” Birmingham City Mayor Suddhisadatta Mahadevan said.