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Met Office weather: How hot Somerset will get as county to sizzle in heatwave

Frome Standard Saturday, 20 July 2019
Met Office weather: How hot Somerset will get as county to sizzle in heatwaveTemperatures could be more than ten degrees hotter than normal.
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News video: Britain Could Set New Heat Record With Scorching Temps Expected On Thursday

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The UK will be caught in the grips of a heatwave this week that could set new temperature records for July. The sweltering weather is expected to set a new all-time record and a new overnight record. Temperatures across the country will climb from moderately hot temps on Monday to scorching temps on...

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