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Wow 

32.6C here in Rotherhithe easily hottest day of year.

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Good lord, already 31.0c here and another 4 and half hours to go before temps start to drop off, lets hope we get some flashy bang stuff later.👍  

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33c at 1pm here, time to go into work, which happens to be an air conditioned lab. 

 

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36.1C at Heathrow!

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35.1c Hither green SE London

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1 minute ago, Neilsouth said:

36.1C at Heathrow!

Likely to get to 37, going to a close call as to whether we breach 100f.

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SOOOO hot with clear blue skies and a breeze getting up from time to time. Dog is working hard to find shady spots! 

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Burning hot, but low humidity so not that uncomfortable indoors. There's a fairly stiff south-easterly breeze too. Fingers crossed for some pyrotechnics later, but I suspect I'm a little too east.

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Just now, Yarmy said:

Burning hot, but low humidity so not that uncomfortable indoors. There's a fairly stiff south-easterly breeze too. Fingers crossed for some pyrotechnics later, but I suspect I'm a little too east.

Plenty of  humidity in North Kent, sweating buckets!

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Posted (edited)

35.6 at Reading University at 2.00, still rising. I'd say there's a fair chance of the official local record of 36.4 (and unofficially 36.6 in our garden) being broken today. Although there is some altocumulus starting to appear on the horizon now, which might turn out to be a spoiler.

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Posted (edited)

Hot, dry wind blowing strongly here in N London.

This mini plume has performed much better than forecast. ☀️ No cloud or rain here yet.

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28 minutes ago, Yarmy said:

Burning hot, but low humidity so not that uncomfortable indoors. There's a fairly stiff south-easterly breeze too. Fingers crossed for some pyrotechnics later, but I suspect I'm a little too east.

Just thought that walking back fro the shops just now - the wind is like a hair dryer though. 
 

the wind has really picked up here - wonder if that’s the sign of an approaching front 

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The lack of any humidity makes it feel great today, gentle breeze and 30c in north Portsmouth.  Yet again the TV weather forecasts predicted much lower temperatures for coastal areas, when will they ever learn?

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Humidity is higher in North Kent, so it doesn't feel so great  here

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WOW!

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37.8 at Heathrow.

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Met Office tweeted it. 37.8 Heathrow and 37.3 Kew Gardens.

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29.6 the max so far and on the way down now. Cloud building in from the south, over the sea.

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I wonder how much the wind would have prevented hottest day ever? Surely a fair bit.

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No idea what the temp is here, but extremely moist here in Potters Bar, which the Cold Heineken only slightly tempered.

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