Brighton heatwave ends | The Argus

SEARING temperatures will set in after the city baked in extreme heat this week.

A new UK record of 40.3C was set in Coningsby, Lincolnshire on Tuesday, while Brighton saw thousands take to the beach to enjoy a toasty 33.

But the scorching heat is over, with temperatures in the mid-20s forecast for the remainder of this week and throughout next week.

Temperatures are likely to range between 22°C and 24°C for the next 11 days and the weather will be partly cloudy with some welcome shade.

The Met Office had issued a red weather warning for some parts of England on Monday and Tuesday, while England, Wales and parts of Scotland were placed under yellow warnings.

The Argus: Brighton during the heatwave. Photo: Simon DackBrighton during the heatwave. Photo: Simon Dack

Both meant that areas had to reckon with extreme heat and danger to life.

A new overnight record was also set on Monday night, with temperatures remaining in the mid-20s, meaning uncomfortable sleep for many. Brighton heatwave ends | The Argus

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