The map shows the 30C sunshine spreading over Britain from France. It makes for a great beach day

The BRITS are set to experience another scorching summer today, with temperatures expected to reach 30C.

The sun is expected to come down from France all day, making the beach the perfect place to end the week.

Dorset beachgoers continue to take advantage of England’s famous summer weather.Credit: ©Graham Hunt

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A good start to the day will see teenage storms across the country.Credit: Bureau of Meteorology
A warm front from France will increase temperatures in the southeast

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A warm front from France will increase temperatures in the southeastCredit: Bureau of Meteorology
In the afternoon, temperatures could reach 30C from London to Norfolk.

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In the afternoon, temperatures could reach 30C from London to Norfolk.Credit: Bureau of Meteorology

After last week’s record heat wave, temperatures have cooled across the country in the past few days.

Although it fell short of the record high of 40C, Britain can expect another rise today as the mercury could hit 30C.

Temperatures will be well into the 1980s for most of the country.

But throughout the day a warm front from France will increase temperatures across the southeast.

In the afternoon, people in London, Norfolk and Peterborough will experience temperatures of around 30°C.

Further north, Manchester and Newcastle can expect highs of 21C, although they could be affected by some showers.

It will be bright and sunny for beachgoers on the south coast, with the mercury hovering around 22C.

Wales is mostly clear and cool, reaching around 20C in Cardiff and Swansea.

But it won’t be sunshine to finish the week, and a storm will ruin tanning plans for those traveling from Belfast to Glasgow.

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The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow rain warning for heavy rains and thunderstorms that may cause travel disruption and flooding.

Last week's record summer heat reached 40 degrees Celsius for the first time in history

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Last week’s record summer heat reached 40 degrees Celsius for the first time in historyCredit: ©Graham Hunt
Cold weather and thunderclouds could put a damper on sunbathing plans in Northern Ireland and Scotland on Sunday.

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Cold weather and thunderclouds could put a damper on sunbathing plans in Northern Ireland and Scotland on Sunday.Credit: Joshua Bratt 2022

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