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Next week set for 28C heatwave.. WEATHER.


SUMMER could finally be here with a scorching 28C of sunshine next week.

Forecasters believe April to June may have been the wettest on record, with temperatures a miserable 13C on average.

But this weekend will be the time to break out your shorts, they say.

Met Office forecaster Sarah Holland said: "The sun finally seems to be on its way."

Saturday and Sunday will have plenty of sunshine, with temperatures climbing as high as 22C.

And next week could be a sweltering 28C - the same as Crete is basking in.

Sarah added: "Monday and Tuesday are shaping up to be great days, with lots of sunny, brighter spells. It's going to feel much more summery."

Britain has had only 45 hours of sun so far this month.

The sunniest July on record was 1911, when Britain basked in a glorious 383 hours of rays.


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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jul 20, 2012
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