UK warmer than the Sahara as Brits enjoy year's hottest day

UK warmer than the Sahara as Brits enjoy year's hottest day

London : United Kingdom | Jul 24, 2012 at 11:09 AM PDT
Source: The Sun UK
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Stories The sudden heatwave triggered hay fever for millions, with insect experts also predicting flying ants to begin appearing in most places after months of rain. It was the hottest day in 13 months in the UK and temperatures peaked at 29.7°C (86°F) in Charlwood, Surrey and 29.1°C in St James Park,... FULL ARTICLE AT The Sun UK
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