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[Updated 06:50 19/07/2021]
Yesterday the UK had its hottest day of the year so far with 31.6C (88.9F) being recorded at Heathrow, London. Today the fine weather continues in much of the UK and temperatures may again approach 32C (90F) in southern and central counties.
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Monday starts dry. Through the day it will become hot in southern and central Britain. In the afternoon scattered showers break out. Parts of northern England have cloudier skies, but further north it stays dry and bright.
Temperatures range from 19C (66F) in western Scotland to 32C (90F) in England. See the rain and lightning radar for the latest view.
Tonight remaining showers fade away. Staying warm in the south.
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Tomorrow brings a lot of fine weather, but a few showers develop in the afternoon. Cloud amounts vary but there should be a good deal of sunshine. Warm in the north and hot in southern and central regions. Temperatures again peak at close to 32C (90F).
Wednesday is looking dry and sunny in most of the UK, although scattered showers are likely in southern and central regions. Very warm or hot, with temperatures reaching or possibly exceeding 31C (88F).
The fine weather probably continues in most of the UK on Thursday. Scattered showers continue to be a risk, but long sunny periods mean temperatures once again could exceed 30C (86F).
During the rest of the week the risk of thundery showers increases. Later on downpours or longer spells of rain could become more widespread and it probably turns cooler.
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