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UK could be hit with 35C heatwave scorcher next month – just in time for school holidays

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forecasters, although the Met Office believes a far-from-cool 30C is more likely.Nevertheless, we could witness some of the hottest weather since records began and another heatwave following this month's in London.READ MORE: 'Hero' bloke escapes 3-hour traffic jam after gig by pretending to be traffic wardenThe highest-ever recorded UK temperature was 38.7C in Cambridge on July 25 in 2019, beating the previous landmark of 38.5C set in Faversham during August 2003.Sharing his expectations of mid-to-late July, Weather Outlook forecaster Brian Gaze told The Sun: “At the moment long-range computer models are suggesting an increased likelihood of very warm conditions during the last third of July. "With parts of southern Europe experiencing extreme heat during the early part of the summer there is the potential for the UK to import some of that if the pressure blocks across Europe and the North Atlantic fall into the right places.“Temperatures in the UK reached 32.7C earlier this month and typically the hottest weather of the summer comes in July or August.

In recent years periods of extreme heat have become more common in the UK.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here."I wouldn't be surprised if temperatures climbed to 35C.

To put a little context on that, the hottest day in the entire decade of the 1980s was 34.4C.”The south of England is again expected to see the warmest of July's weather.But, before everyone dashes for their flip-flops and shades, Brits will need to brace themselves for some torrential downpours before the heat returns.READ NEXT:Meghan Markle 'keeps fighting for what's right' after speaking out over 'injustice'Queen once made audience 'gasp' as she.

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