UK weather forecasters have told the Britons to “stay out of the sun” from now until Friday as the Met Office issued an amber heatwave alert. The warning is in place until 9 am on Friday for parts of England as scorching temperatures continue to sizzle.
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As we look ahead to next week, some southeastern areas could reach 34 Celsius, but it will be fresher towards the north and west pic.twitter.com/PRZI1y0uf5
— Met Office (@metoffice) July 21, 2018
Britain is dealing in some of the highest temperatures for more than 100 years this week as forecasters warn temperatures could soar to a sweltering 35C
The Met Office level-3 heatwave action warning Advice includes closing windows and staying indoors between 11 am and 4 pm, as temperatures are set to soar. The amber, or level three, the warning is issued when temperatures are predicted to hit 30C (86F) during the day, and 15C (59F) at night for on Thursday and Friday.
The Met Office forecasts “very hot” weather in east and southeastern areas, with long spells of sunshine ranging from “very warm” to “hot and humid” in the West and East Midlands.