Sunday’s high temperatures hit 28C at Heathrow and St James’s Park in London simply shy of the most popular day this yr.
This was recorded at 28.3C in Northolt, north-west London, on June 2 – though the Met Workplace mentioned that Monday may nonetheless hit 29C.
Meteorologist Annie Shuttleworth mentioned: “We’re forecasting that 29C might be the utmost tomorrow. If we do see that 29C, it might be the warmest day of they yr to date and it might be within the South East.
“Will probably be one other day of heat climate and it might be only one diploma hotter.”
England followers loved full-on sunshine at Wembley because the crew secured a 1-0 win in opposition to Croatia.
It was a advantageous day elsewhere as temperatures reached 24C at Fyvie Citadel in Aberdeenshire, with 25.3C recorded at Hawarden Airport in Wales and on Northern Eire’s Big’s Causeway.
The hotter climate is ready to carry for the subsequent few days earlier than there’s a “thundery breakdown” and it turns a bit brisker.
Some locations may see thunderstorms and face potential flooding and journey disruption from Wednesday.
A thunderstorm warning has been issued masking a lot of England and Wales between 6pm on Wednesday and 6am on Friday.
The Met Workplace mentioned there may be “important uncertainty” in regards to the location and timing of the thunderstorms however they’re anticipated to maneuver north-east throughout components of England and Wales from late Wednesday by means of to Friday morning.
A spokesman mentioned: “While not all places will probably be affected, some intense thunderstorms might happen throughout this era with torrential rain, hail, frequent lightning and robust gusty winds attainable.”
Rainfall totals of round 30mm may fall in an hour. Some places may probably get round 50mm in two to a few hours, however these could be pretty remoted occurrences, forecasters mentioned.