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Just hit 34c here. Got a feeling it won't be just heat today is remembered for. The energy in the atmosphere is insane.

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My hotspot prediction is looking good as Cambridge is now 36C. 34C in Peterborough.

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Posted (edited)

Faversham showing 36.4oC currently. That's 0.3oC from the July record.

Epsom and a few others showing 36.2oC

Edited by CanadianCoops

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It's only 31 here, but I'm happy with that, it's still far too hot for me.

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1 minute ago, chrisbell-nottheweatherman said:

Humidity down to 26% which seems low given the moisture that's associated with the excroaching fronts.

It's up to 52% here, dp at 21 though. Quite high for the UK.

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It looks like there are some showers heading towards the south coast from France, they don’t seem super big at the moment but might catch sunbathers by surprise.

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We need to all start sharing 

#Je suis Cambridge !

As others have mentioned that area looks best placed to break the record .

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36.0c now, so will max at out at about 38.4c here i reckon... 

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surely the record will go now then,still got 3 hours till the heat peaks,can we hit 40c somewhere!

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28 minutes ago, Bryn Webster said:

Faversham at 36.4C already!

HOT TIP ....... CLOSE YOUR BLEEDING CURTAINS TO KEEP THE HOUSE COOLER......got them white reflective black out curtains up .. temp stable at 24C but 36c out lol

the welsh mountains never got this hot 😞 😄 😄 

This works! 33.c outside, 26.c inside.

Skies are looking interesting here...

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35.8c, 38% humidity and still cloudless skies! 🙏 following very closely on the heels of Cambridge/St Neots/Peterborough area for record heat today. 

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Just been outside at work....its ridiculous..

At first you feel like its not too bad and then it hits you..from toe to head the heat and walking into the wind make sit feel worse.

Last time i felt heat like this was in 2007 in Athens 45C 🔥

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How disappointing... thick cloud moving in off the sea

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Had some cloud for about 30 mins but that's gone so game on again!

 

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got to say it is considerably hotter in central london than yesterday. just walked out the office and the heat hit me wowsers

 

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1 hour ago, Kent Blizzard said:

What time you home Lauren? About 6.45pm for me.

About half 5 but got a meeting after work so it will be more like 7.

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It slowed here a little earlier but is steaming up again now at 36.7c, wish i had a Stevenson screen or something now as I think St Neots is going to be a close runner for 1st spot in the race at this rate!!  Incredible stuff.

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Cloud looks a little thicker this time coming in from the south, suspect these cells aren't going to die now like the previous ones did. Will probably enter London region around 2.30 ish which will probably make London's max around that time as well. Afterwards attention I suspect starts to focus further north.

Also a slightly more obvious NNE motion now to the showers than earlier, which may spare the Heathrow area the worst of it.

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Never felt heat like this ever in Britain and Ive lived in many places............

St Neots is baking!

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Rapid convection here, nice to see.

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I wonder what the chances are of multiple stations breaking the UK record. That in itself would be more interesting. 

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