Britain is set for the hottest night on record, as the NHS advised it might be better to keep windows closed to fight the sweltering heat.
Temperatures could remain as high as 24C (75.2F) on Tuesday night for parts of South East England, according to the Met Office.
The hottest ever UK night time temperature was 23.9C (75C), which was recorded in Brighton on August 3 1990. The hottest July night recorded was 23.3C (73.9F) on July 29 1948, at St James’ Palace, London.
Under the current heatwave, which is expected to last until the weekend, the mercury could hit 37C (98.6F) on Thursday.
Marco Petagna, Met Office forecaster said there was a “60% chance” Thursday’s weather might surpass the current…
UK heatwave: Britain could experience hottest night on record, as NHS advises people to keep windows shut – The Telegraph