UK heatwave LIVE: Britons set to bake in 35C plume as new danger to health warning issued

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The NHS has declared a Level Three heat-health watch alert, with a warning to take extra care to stay cool as temperatures rocket. Those who are at risk are being urged to stay out of the direct sunlight between the hours of 11am and 3pm when the mercury will be at its hottest. Much of the country will be sweltering in extreme heat by the afternoon, with central parts of London predicted to hit 35C. The alert will remain in place until midnight on Saturday, June 18 – meaning both Friday and Saturday are set to be blistering hot. But thunderstorms are expected to swoop in on Sunday (June 19), bringing with it cool air and some much-needed relief for some.


Temperatures to nudge 30C by 11am this morning

London is set to reach 29C by 11am this Friday morning, as the south braces for the hottest day of the year so far.

Temperatures in the city are expected to reach a sweltering high of 35C. 

For Scotland and Northern Ireland, the morning will be met with rain and a cooler breeze.

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Good morning from London. I’m Tara Fair, I’ll be bringing you all the latest developments on the UK heatwave. Please feel free to get in touch with me as I work if you have a story or tips to share! Your thoughts are always welcome.

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