Abnormal heat may cause the collapse of rocks on the south coast of England. Due to extremely high temperatures, clay-like components of sediments lose moisture and shrink, which makes them more vulnerable. Collapses are also associated with erosion and weathering, and the predicted showers that will take place after the heat will make the rocks even less stable, mir24 reports.
As the publication notes, European countries continue to languish from the abnormal heat. Temperature records cause forest fires and crop destruction.