Temperatures reached 32.2 degrees Celsius on June 10 in Chertsey in the Surrey region of southeast England, according to Met Office data. These temperatures were recorded as the highest values of the year.
In Scotland, the year’s temperature record was broken with 29.8 degrees in the Auchincruive region and 25.3 degrees in the city of Armagh in Northern Ireland.
The Met Office and the UK Health Safety Agency have warned that there may be health problems due to extreme heat for this weekend in the country. The Met Office has extended these dates until June 13, predicting that temperatures will continue at the beginning of the week.
The highest temperature ever recorded in the UK was 40.3 degrees on 19 July 2022.