Temperatures could reach 29C in London and south-east or even 30C surpassing previous high set in 1990, says Met Office

The bank holiday could bring record-breaking temperatures, with warm, dry weather – and August’s hottest day so far – forecast across much of England and Wales on Monday.

Above-average temperatures in the mid-20Cs were expected across in southern and south-east England, with clear skies, prolonged spells of sunshine and light winds combining for a balmy public holiday.

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