Huge crowds flock to Brighton beach as temperatures soar


HUGE crowds have descended on the beach as a four-day “extreme heat” warning goes into effect.

A yellow alert issued by the Met Office covers much of southern England including Sussex, threatening potential health, transport and infrastructure impacts.

The warning went into effect today and will last through the end of the week when temperatures are expected to drop.

Highs of 35C are expected in some parts of the UK on Friday and may reach 36C in some locations on Saturday.

The yellow warning is the second most severe after the Met Office red.

Temperatures in Brighton and Hove are expected to hit 30C on Thursday before rising to 31C on Friday.

Friday will be a “beautiful and dry day with long spells of sunshine,” according to the Met Office. It will be hot for most, but cooler near the east coast.

Dry weather with hot temperatures prevails from Saturday to Monday. Nighttime nebulae are possible before heavy thunderstorms can develop on Sunday night. Huge crowds flock to Brighton beach as temperatures soar

Fry Electronics Team

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