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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 Thursday. According to CNN, the mercury could reach 37 degrees Celcius (98.6 degrees Fahrenheit) this week. This week's highs are forecasted to top the country's July 2015 record of 36.7 degrees Celsius (98.1 degrees Fahrenheit).

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