The new date is Jul 19, 2022.
Experts say the impact of climate change on the region is likely to get no respite on Tuesday, as a severe heatwave is sweeping parts of western Europe and the British Isles.
Two massive forest fires have raged on in southwestern France for the past five days due to the high temperatures.
More than 1,200 firefighters have been deployed to fight the fires.
A firefighter and a farmer were killed in a forest fire in Spain.
Spain has already reported over 500 heat-related deaths this month, while Portugal has reported over 700.
The U.K. could see a record high temperature of 43C (109.4F) on Tuesday according to the Met Office.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Snchez stated on Monday that climate change kills people and what is most precious to them.
Climate scientists warn that the current heat waves in Europe may become the norm as global temperatures rise. A longer heat spell could cause more destructive forest fires. Major economies like Germany are restarting coal plants because of the energy crisis caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. A group of 40 officials from 40 different countries met in Berlin to discuss plans for tackling climate change.