BRITS are set to bask in 29 degree heat tomorrow with parts of the country hotter than Greece.
Tomorrow could also be the hottest day of the year so far according to the Met Office.
It could get as hot as 29 degrees in East Anglia and the south east of England which is hotter than Majorca, Rhodes and Rome.
But the hot weather won’t last long as heavy rain is expected on Sunday.
Footie fans enjoying the all-England Champions League final between Liverpool and Spurs are set to flock to pub beer gardens tomorrow.
The difference between the two days is down to the high pressure which will dominate much of Saturday being replaced by low pressure on Sunday.
Met Office Forecaster Richard Miles said: “Saturday is set to be pretty warm with temperatures of between 28/29 degrees
“Sunday will be wetter and it is expected to windy in the northwest of the country.
“There will be a bit of coastal fog in south England and Wales on Saturday morning but the day should be very warm.”
He continued: “The south east will hang on to that warm, dry weather on Sunday, while the west starts to see a build-up of cloud, with rain later on.
“Scotland will see a few showers across both days, and the same in the north on Sunday.”
Temperatures in London will reach highs of 26C (78.8F) on Saturday, and 24C (75.2F) the following day, accompanied by light rain in the evening.
Most of Scotland will be cloudy on Saturday, with highs of 16C (60.8F), but will see heavy rain on Sunday morning.
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Northern England should stay around 18C (64.4F) on both days.
The average temperature for June is 17C (62.6F) and its likely that most of the UK should be warmer on Saturday.
Bookies have slashed odds to just 1-6 on tomorrow being the hottest day of the year so far in the UK.
Coral has cut odds on next month being the hottest June on record in the UK into 5-4 (from 2-1) following a surge of bets.
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John Hill from Coral, said: “This weekend looks set to bring the hottest day of the year so far with the odds indicating temperatures could reach into the low 30s.
“We have seen a flurry of bets for next month being the hottest June on record, while we continue to be knocked over with a gamble on this summer being the hottest ever in the UK.”
It is predicted temperatures will drop on Monday and Tuesday with scattered showers.
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