Thursday morning's weather for the west of the regionRead the full story ›
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Temperatures soared in the South today. Heathrow recorded one of the highest temperatures, at 36.7 degrees celsius (98.6 degrees fahrenheit).
But the warmth came with warnings for the most vulnerable people and calls for people to use sunscreen.
Emma Wilkinson reports:
Police in Kent have rescued a dog after its owner left it in a car during the heatwave.
The RSPCA said the dog was rescued in Canterbury.
Meanwhile officers were called to another address in Canterbury to rescue a dog locked in a conservatory.
The charity is warning that dogs can be killed if left cars and has issued the following advice.
Wednesday evening's weather for the west of the regionRead the full story ›
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Heathrow has reached 36.7C which has broken the all time July maximum record.