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There's a slice of something drier and warmer for a time next week but it's likely be short-lived for some.
Two new world records for lightning were verified recently - for the flash stretching the longest distance, and the longest-lasting. BBC Weather takes a look.
Last week we saw temperatures reach 33.4C in London and whilst this may not be unusual for June, these higher temperatures are becoming more frequent.
Britain could see temperatures up to 40C every few years by 2100 if carbon emissions stay very high.
It was the warmest May on record globally with the biggest temperature anomalies at the North and South Poles. Could we see more temperature records broken as we go through 2020?
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