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Mercury expected to rise even higher after hottest day of the year so far

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Mercury expected to rise even higher after hottest day of the year so far

Mercury expected to rise even higher after hottest day of the year so far

The temperature is expected to rise even higher on Wednesday after the UK enjoyed the hottest day of the year so far.

Sunbathers made the most of their new-found freedom following the easing of lockdown restrictions as London’s St James’s Park saw a high of 26.2C on Tuesday – beating 2020’s previous top temperature of 26C set last month.

The sunshine is set to continue for most of the UK on Wednesday, with temperatures expected to hit 28C.

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