Experts say that temperatures this Sunday could soar to up to 35C (95F) as Britain gets set to experience the most blisteringly long summer in history (and let’s face it the majority of us have already been sweltering.)
The Met Office and Public Health England have this morning upgraded a heat health alert to level-3 – which is one step below ‘national emergency.’
Hot hot hot
The general public are being advised to ‘stay out of the sun’ between peak hours between 11am and 3pm and to keep topping up the suncream if you’re going to be outside.
If the current trend continues and temperatures surpass the 28C mark – it will be the first time this has happened since 1997 – which was a record in itself…
— Met Office (@metoffice) July 5, 2018
— Met Office (@metoffice) July 6, 2018