1922. Northern England and Scotland are both due 28C which means parts of Britain will be hot
ter than 27C Mexico City. But the Met Office said showers will hit parts of the the west on Satu
rday and, after a dry 28C Sunday, thunderstorms threaten much of England before heading into a 25C Bank Holiday Monday. People enjoy the sunshine and warm weather on Brighton beach in East Sussex (Image: Daily Mirror) A visitor buys an ice cream at the Chelsea Flower Show (Image: Getty Images Europe) Ted the Chihuahua 2020年彩图双龙报平台 cools off from the sun as temperatures soar (Image: Daily Mirror) Met Office forecaster Emma Sharples said: There is a chance of a 32.8C May record temperature, with the low 30s possible on Friday and, most likely, Saturday. Tropical maritime air and a southerly feed will be across the country from late Thursday, with sunshine boosting temperatures. Read MoreRelated ArticlesThe best festival phones for summer 2017, including pay as you go mobiles for 1.99 and the new Nokia 3310 Northern Englan
d and Scotland are both due 28C (Image: Daily Mirror) Britain will be hotter than 27C Mexico City (Image: Daily Mirror) People enjoy one of the hottest days of the year so far at Warleigh Weir, in the River Avon (Image: David Hedges SWNS.com) After around 26C on Thursday, Friday sees the highs 20s or low 30s, with a good chance of over 30C on Saturday, with the London area around 31C. The North should see 28C, with a risk of showers for western edges of the UK. Sunday could see 28C in the South-East. But thundery showers could sweep in late Sunday into Monday, and could well extend from the South-East to the North-West, before retreating later on Monday, with 25C highs. Good news... Brits will continue basking in the s
unshine (Image: Daily Mirror) The sunshine is expected to last until Saturday at least (Image: Daily Mirror) Sunbathers at St James Park in Central London today (Image: SWNS.com) The Met Offi
ce forecasts highs in the shade in L
ondon verging on 30C – but feeling like 32C in the 55 per cent humidity. Footballers and fans will swelter through the hottest ever FA Cup Final in 145 years on Saturday - with players set to sweat up to nine pints and lose almost a stone in weight, amid fears of heatstroke. Read MoreRelated ArticlesDad of baby who died after being left in car for hours had forgotten to drop her at creche People enjoy the sunshine by the beach huts on Blyth Beach in Northumberland (Image: PA) Katie Sanders and son Thomas, of Colwyn Bay, enjoy the sunshine on their local beach (Image: Daily Post Wales) Ted the Chihuahua is having a great time (Image: Daily Mirror) Forecasters said temperatures will still be high at the 5.30pm kick-off – and warned of fainting fans. Experts warned players face problems including dehydration and
heatstroke if they push themselves beyond “critical” limits.