Hottest Early May Bank Holiday Monday on record forecast

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BBC weather forecaster Alina Jenkins said: "The early May Bank Holiday temperature record has just been broken".

And according to forecasts, today could be even warmer.

'There's also a 30 per cent chance Monday will exceed 83.5F to be the warmest day recorded over this holiday weekend since 1978.

Britons looks set to enjoy a spring heatwave, with Bank Holiday Monday forecast to be the hottest ever.

Met Office forecaster Charlie Powell said the highs of 28C were not going to be widespread, with the scorching temperatures being the "exception rather than the rule". "I think for most places, if you take the bulk of England and Wales for example, we're looking at somewhere around the low to mid 20s mark", he said.

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The record highest temperature for May is 32.8C which was recorded in 1922 and 1944.

Miss Yeomans said the hot weather will persist in southern areas on Tuesday although conditions could break down later in the week with cooler temperatures.

Tuesday will remain warm before temperatures ease and showers begin to hit the United Kingdom during the week.

That is hotter than the French Riviera and the Costa del Sol!, where Malaga is forecasting highs of 22C.

He said: 'It should be a relatively easy journey in terms of the impacts from weather'.

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Today's temperatures are set to reach 22C in Oxford and the north and west of the county and 23C in south Oxfordshire - topping yesterday's averages of 21C in the city and 22C further south and east.

Temperatures of just 42F (5.5C) in Frittenden, Kent and 46F (8C) in Norwich were recorded.

Trees crashed down on to roads in London and Kent while cars were photographed driving through two feet of water.

In Kent, firemen cut one man free from his auto after he became trapped by a fallen tree and two parents and their baby were rescued after their vehicle was caught in a flood.

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