Standby Britain. Dust down the deckchair, seek out the sunscreen, bring out the barbecue, summer is ON. And we’re set for a scorcher tomorrow.
The south east will bask in temperatures of up to 27 degrees Celcius, overtaking the current highest temperature recorded so far this year of 26.5 degrees recorded at Writtle, Essex, earlier this week.
According to the Daily Mail, The UK is expected to be as hot as Gibraltar tomorrow, and hotter than Paris (24C) and Berlin (22C).
Met Office forecaster Mark Wilson said: “Thursday is set to be a fine day in the South with plenty of sunshine. Coastal areas will get the most amount of sunshine. There may be more cloud in the North. Temperatures will reach the mid-20s across England and could be as high as 25C in London and the South East. Friday is set to be a similar picture and temperatures could rise to 27C, which could make it the hottest day of the year.”