The South is bracing itself for the hottest day of the year tomorrow. Forecasters say temperatures will soar to 31 degrees Celsius - nearly 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The Met Office has issued a 'Heat Health Alert', warning people to take extra care of themselves.
The heatwave is good news for the tourist trade. Hotels and guest houses are reporting record last-minute bookings. But, the sunshine can also bring danger. Malcolm Shaw reports.
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