South East sees high temperatures but misses out on Brighton

AREAS in the Southeast will sizzle this weekend as temperatures hit the high 20s.

But as heat returns to the region, Brighton and Hove will only see highs of 25C.

Parts of the south-east are also enjoying high temperatures today before the weather cools down on Thursday and Friday ahead of the weekend.

However, Brighton’s beach is not expected to be as crowded as it was during the heatwave, with the Met Office forecasting just 23C for Saturday and 25C for Sunday in the city.

The Argus: People thronged Brighton's beach during the July heatwavePeople thronged Brighton’s beach during the July heatwave

“Much of the UK is likely to see a dry weekend with some of the best sunshine in the south,” said Met Office weather forecaster Craig Snell.

“After possibly a few cooler days Thursday and Friday, temperatures will start to rise again over the weekend.”

Mr Snell said there was “not really big signs of anything wet coming through for the South and generally the warm theme type is continuing for much of the country after a very brief cooler spell.”

But over the next week temperatures will be creeping in Brighton as Tuesday is expected to hit 29C.

Last month was the driest July in England on record, the Met Offices revealed. South East sees high temperatures but misses out on Brighton

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