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it is going to look cooler and breezy, and we should see more cloud
as well. breezy, and we should see more cloud
as well. Here is more with Thomas Savernake.
Good evening. We are on course for the hottest June day in the UK since
1976. Temperatures will be soaring tomorrow. Back in 2000, we had 37.
33.7 degrees. We are forecasting around 34 degrees. Summer between
1976 and 1995. -- somewhere. Tomorrow is the summer solstice,
traditionally regarded as the first day of summer. It is very warm out
there. Today temperatures got up to 31 degrees in the south. Nowhere
near as hard in the north. Still relatively one. And into tomorrow
there will be showers, some thunderstorms. We will talk about
the heat in a second. I want to emphasise how nasty some of these
storms are. We can see a lot of rainfall. Some very big lightning.
And some gusty winds as well. The extremity will be in the south-east,
possibly London. The heat will go as far north as
Sheffield. Here, also around the Manchester area and Yorkshire, the
possibility of nasty storms. It doesn't look like a lot. But they
could be particularly vicious during the course of the day. And across
Northern Ireland and Scotland it will be fresher. Temperatures in
some areas not even reaching 20 degrees. Look at the contrast in the
temperatures tomorrow between Aberdeen and London. 20 degrees
difference. Through tomorrow evening we will start to see fresher air
coming off the Atlantic. Also, there will be some storms moving into some
of these western areas. There will be rumbles of thunder across the
North. Some of these storms will be particularly nasty as well. We will
skip to the afternoon and we will see temperatures in London around
25. Quite a dip in the temperature compared to what we are going to be
experiencing. Temperatures will continue to ease as we go through
the rest of the week and into the weekend. Down to around 23, 24 in
London. For most, in the teens. Lots of hot weather on the way. And some
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