UK heatwave: People enjoy the sun on Bournemouth beach – Daily Mail

Britain’s longest heatwave since 1976 continued today with temperatures set to top 85F (29C) for the eighth day in a row – and the heat is here to stay for another month. Forecasters predict more wall-to-wall sunshine across the nation throughout July – although the summer’s first thunder warning was issued yesterday as the dry spell came to a dramatic end in some parts of the South West. Plymouth saw 0.4in (10mm) of rain in an hour yesterday during the first ever Met Office thunderstorm warning, and there is a chance of further showers later in the week – but the forecast is mostly dry for the next fortnight. For most places over the weekend, yesterday brought more sunshine, with a top temperature of 90F (32.2C) recorded in Gosport, Hampshire – after Saturday got up to 85.1F (29.5C) at Otterbourne in the same county.

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