A ‘furnace like heatwave’ at the end of next month could tumble all records bringing to an end one of the hottest summers in decades

The U.K. heatwave is set to return for 6 weeks, but this time it could get a lot hotter

July would could head into the mid-30s, the all-time record 38.5C could be passed.

Weather Forecasters have said Britain will experience “furnace” like heat with a chance of the all-time record high of 38.5C being broken from next weekend.

Forecaster Brian Gaze Quoted “Computer models show a furnace heat set-up next week with the UK between low pressure to the west and high pressure to the east.

The rest of July will be dominated by extremely hot weather with August shaping up to deliver more of the same, Experts Say.

Millions in england are set to be affected by a hosepipe ban starting august 5th, no bans have come in effect in wales but welsh water is encouraging its three million customers to use water wisely.

Reserve levels have dropped to lower levels than usual and even if rain comes soon, the ground will be too parched for rainwater to penetrate and restore reservoir levels quickly.

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