A hot air mass rising from North Africa will cause temperatures to soar.
"Locations from Madrid to Paris, Belgium, Frankfurt and Berlin can expect a multi-day heat wave, with daily temperatures near or above 32 C," Accuweather wrote on Thursday.
Temperatures will rise on Monday and continue through to Friday with the risk of a heatwave for much of the week. A heatwave is classified as multiple days with abnormally high temperatures.
It can be especially risky for older people and children.
"Even though it will be short-lived, this heatwave could be remarkable for its momentum and intensity," Météo France said.
Meteorologists warned earlier this month that heatwaves could be a trend for summer in Europe this year due to high-pressure systems.
According to the European Environment Agency, 2018 was among the three warmest years on record in Europe.