Record heat and storms lead to travel woes in U.K.

It’s another day of travel disruptions in the U.K. caused by record heat and severe thunderstorms.

Temperatures soared to 38.1 degrees Thursday, only the second time ever that they surpassed 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

Although the thermometer recorded somewhat lower values Friday and Saturday, severe thunderstorms and flooding have caused delays and cancellations in rail and air travel.

Heathrow, Europe’s biggest airport couldn’t say exactly how many flights have been affected.