Tomorrow could be the hottest day in British history as a sweltering 110F (38C) may roast the country at the start of a six-day heatwave. Temperatures will rocket above 86F (30C) every day from today – hotter than Barbados and Jamaica – until at least next Tuesday, with the Met Office issuing a level-three heat health alert which warns Britons to look out for the elderly, vulnerable and young children. There are also fears tourists flocking to coastal hotspots will ignore social distancing rules and cram on to packed seafronts in scenes similar to last weekend – risking further spread of the dreaded coronavirus. Forecasters said there was a chance tomorrow will pass the 100.04F (37.8C) high recorded in London last Friday, which was the UK’s hottest day of the year so far and the country’s third warmest ever. Britain has never recorded two days with temperatures over 99F (37C) in the same year in more than 100 years of observations. Tomorrow’s temperature needs to top 101.7F (38.7C) it hit in Cambridge last July, as well as the 101.3F (38.5C) in Faversham, Kent, in August 2003. The Met Office warned people in South East England to close curtains on rooms facing the sun to keep indoor… Read full this story
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