Dry with long periods of strong sunshine. Becoming very warm, but it will be cooler along the coast due to the southeasterly breeze.Read the full story ›
Following a cool summer so far, a brief blast of heat is expected during the next few days - peaking on Wednesday. The weather charts below show how hot it could get where you are.
Many inland and western parts of the Anglia region will reach or exceed 30ºC.
Somewhere in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, or Northamptonshire could reach 33ºC - the highest temperature for two years.
There's a small chance that the mercury will rise to 34ºC - making it the hottest day since 2006.
For relief from the heat, you'd need to head to the east coast, where an onshore breeze will keep temperatures in the low to mid 20s Celsius.
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It's been the hottest day of the year so far in the UK and in the Anglia region.
A break in the clouds allowed temperatures to climb to 27.7ºC at Writtle in Essex this afternoon.
This beat the previous maximum temperature this year of 26.0ºC at Shoeburyness in Essex.
Gravesend in Kent saw the UK's hottest temperature as the mercury climbed to 27.8ºC, narrowly beating Writtle for the top spot.
Today's record is unlikely to last longer than a few days.
Although it will feel fresher at the weekend, the weather turns even hotter next week. It is now thought likely that temperatures will exceed 30ºC across large parts of the Anglia region, away from the coast.
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