Temperatures are rising across much of the UK, and now the Met Office has predicted we could see the hottest June day since 2011 when a temperature of 33.1̊C was recorded. Prior to June 2011 the hottest day was recorded on the 28th June 1976 when temperatures soared to a sweltering 35.6̊C. A peak temperature of 31.9̊C was reported at Hampton Water Works in Greater London on Sunday 18th and forecasters are expecting more hot weather for the week to come.
So for those of you enjoying your UK holiday homes but are unfamiliar with spending it in more predicted hot weather, rather than Britain’s infamous dreary weather, here are some tips from Intasure on staying cool this summer:
However you enjoy the weather; at home in the garden or away at the beach, take care to make the most of the Great British sunshine – for as long as it lasts!
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