Thousands enjoy Brighton beach as temperatures hit 24C

THOUSANDS could be seen basking in the sun and enjoying a samba event as temperatures hit 24C in the city.

Umbrellas were out, along with paddleboards and plenty of sunscreen was used as people flocked to Brighton beach.

It comes as the Met Office issued a level three heatwave warning for much of the south east, including Brighton.

The Beleza School of Samba was also present today with music and dance by the sea.

The Argus: The Beleza School of Samba. Images by Simon DackThe Beleza School of Samba. Images by Simon Dack

According to the UK National Weather Service: “Heatwave criteria are being met in some areas of southern and central England and Wales.

“Highest temperatures could reach 33C on Tuesday, although temperatures will also be well above average this weekend and into next week.”

Temperatures drop to around 21C tomorrow in Brighton but at least 25C is expected daily next week through Friday.

The Argus: people enjoying the ocean. Images by Simon Dackpeople enjoying the ocean. Images by Simon Dack

The RNLI has also issued a reminder to stay safe near the water.

Sam Hughes, National Partner for Water Safety at the RNLI, said: “It’s great to hear the sun is on its way but we would like to remind everyone to stay safe on the coast.

“If you plan to go to the beach, we recommend you visit a beach with lifeguards and swim between the red and yellow flags.”

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