This year joins 2006, 2003 and the famous drought year of 1976 as joint-hottest summer in records dating back to 1910, Met Office says.Read the full story ›
The Woodland Trust’s Nature’s Calendar has already received reports of ripening blackberries, rowan and sloe.Read the full story ›
After a cloudy start for some, Wednesday will again be hot with almost wall to wall blue skies.Read the full story ›
The soaring temperatures were welcomed by many – but not by firefighters tackling wildfires on the moors.Read the full story ›
Hay fever season is underway and the Met Office has predicted pollen levels will be very high in much of the UK the next few days.Read the full story ›
The average daytime maximum temperature across the country was 17C, meaning it was the hottest May since records began.Read the full story ›
After twelve people have died in a week of tragedy on Britain's beaches, we take a look at how to stay safe when visiting the coast.Read the full story ›
Britain's summer looks set to be over for the foreseeable future as Daybreak weather presenter Laura Tobin warns of unsettled conditions.Read the full story ›
Today is hottest day of the year so far. The last time we had temperatures near 30c was on 1st October last year.
Cloud for most of the N & NW Britain with rain heading into N Ireland, C & S Scotland and parts of Cumbria.
For the rest of us a drier day, the best of the hot, strong sunshine across remaining areas of England & Wales.