The heatwave is set to continue in the East after sizzling temperatures at the weekend.
The Met Office issued an alert after it topped thirty degrees on Saturday - the hottest day of the year so far.
And if it doesn't rain today, Saint Swithins Day,legend says we could be in for a further forty days of dry weather.
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Mainly dry with variable amounts of cloud and bright spells across the east. Cloudier towards Cambridgeshire with showery rain possible.
Today marks a 100 years since a First World War Zeppelin raid on Northampton killed a woman and her twin daughters.