In our area places like Bath will see 32C highs.
The Met Office has estimated there's a 60 per cent chance the record for Britain's hottest day will be broken on Thursday. But the searing heat will once again spark thunderstorms across most of England and parts of southern Scotland.
A yellow weather warning has been issued for the storms - warning of the potential for sudden flooding to cause travel woes and the risk for lightning strikes and power cuts. The Women who want nsa sex in Bruno al storm warning follows striking pictures and video clips of lightning bolts lighting up the Somerset sky on Tuesday night July People are being asked to pack light for the five-day festival and have been told to expect their belongings to be searched at the gates.
It reached 30C by and was expected to rise further during the afternoon, making it the hottest day in the event's history. SWAS urged people to stay safe during the heatwave conditions.
Hutton Moor Leisure Centre. The annual Tides festival is always extremely popular in the town, while organisations such as the Clevedon Sailing Club regularly practise on the lake and are always looking for new members.
Marine Lake, Clevedon. You can take a boat trip to Steep Holm from Weston.
Although swimming is not allowed, the area is popular with picnickers and walkers — and the chances of seeing dogs splashing around in the water are fairly high. Sailors enjoying Cheddar Reservoir.
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