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Derek Brockway Derek Brockway | 13:53 UK time, Friday, 9 July 2010

It's very hot across most of Europe at the moment and the hot air is moving north into England, especially the south east including London and East Anglia.

Temperatures there will soar as high as 30 to 32 Celsius tomorrow, 86 to 90 Fahrenheit and the Met Office has issued a heat-health warning.

So don't forget to drink plenty of water, wear a hat and slap on the suncream.

Here in Wales it will feel cooler with more cloud and will generally feel muggy with rain forecast for Saturday.


Most of the rain will be in the west and north west with the best of the sunshine in the east and south east. Temperatures could rise as high as 24 Celsius with a south to south westerly breeze.

Sunday will bring a change though and we should see drier, brighter conditions with some sunshine. It will however feel fresher but at least the winds will be light.

Next week it looks like it will turn more unsettled as low pressure swings in from the Atlantic bringing rain and showers - good news for farmers, gardeners and our rivers, which have been getting very low lately.



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