Since 1961, no drought and heat has hit Britain, some parts of the country do not drop temperatures during the summer months at around 21-24 degrees Celsius, and the public are warned to avoid sunlight, especially at 11am and afternoon 3 hours. Tuesday is forecast to heat above 35 degrees on Thursday or Friday.
In the island, Monday was the hottest day of the year so far, in Santon Downham, in Suffolk, 33.3 degrees. Most of the middle and south-eastern regions of England are the second strongest orange alarms.
There have been no significant rainfall in 54 places in the country for 54 days, and in the area around Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk County, there has been no rain anymore for 48 days.
The rainfall is usually five times more than today – the spokeswoman for the meteorological office said on Tuesday, adding that in some parts of England it was only six percent of the precipitation level that had been measured so far in the summer. In the six weeks before July 16, only 47 millimeters precipitation fell as reported in the United Kingdom on Tuesday.
The UK public health service (NHS) has pointed out that heat is particularly dangerous for the elderly, children and chronic patients. According to their information, more than two hundred people have been hospitalized over the last few weeks because they have been too long for days.
Because of the drought that has been in the past for weeks and the great warmth, the parks are almost painted in autumn, and the grass is burnt out. The United Utilities water supply company Manchester, Liverpool and Umbra has ordered a landing ban for seven million people from early August. This has not been the case since 2012 in the country.
According to experts, the heat of the canyon can last for up to weeks in Britain.