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A load of miserable Britons are waking up after a sleepless night ahead of what is forecasted to be another scorching day in the UK's long-awaited heatwave.
Some parts of the UK hit overnight temperatures of 68F last night, which has left some Britons waking up with the Monday blues this morning.
A load of Brits spent the previous day basking up the hottest Sunday of the year, flocking to beaches and beer gardens.
Temperatures soared to a blistering 88.9F at Heathrow Airport yesterday afternoon marking the hottest temperature recorded there this year.
And the heat doesn't look like it's going to stop anytime soon with the wave continuing throughout the week.
Although some experts suggest that snap thunderstorms could be on the way.
Restless Brits took to Twitter this morning to air their frustrations – with some having had their short sleep disturbed after a heavy evening enjoying the first night out on 'Freedom Day'.
"Too hot to sleep, too tired to get up. Welcome to Monday," one Twitter user wrote.
Another said: "Anyone else feel like bacon in chip fat? Jeez it's hot.. can't sleep."
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The frustration comes after temperatures are due to reach 82.4F today in the warmest parts of the UK.
While temperatures remain scorching, experts have said rain could be on the way, bringing a slight bit of relief from the blistering heat.
The Met Office said: "Today will be a mainly dry day with long periods of sunshine once any early cloud burns back to the coast.
"Low chance of isolated heavy showers in the afternoon, mainly in the west. Very warm or hot inland, cooler near coasts."
Tuesday may also bring some showers, but the heat shows no sign of letting up.
Saturday marked the hottest day of the year for all four nations – an occurrence that is seemingly being beaten every year.
Becky Mitchell, a meteorologist at the Met Office, said: "We could get up to 89.6F next week, it is possible each day for different places in the country.
"The most likely areas to get 89.6F are parts of the Midlands and down towards south-west England and potentially London – they are all going to see the highest temperatures in the coming days."
- Met Office
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