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The thunderstorms will bring little respite from the searing heatwave baking the United Kingdom in record-breaking temperatures, with more hot weather ahead.

An amber "heat health watch" warning has been issued for parts of England this week as the United Kingdom braces itself for the hottest day of the year so far.

Firefighters have urged the public to avoid "careless and reckless" behaviour during the ongoing heatwave as crews across the country deal with a high number of field fires.

Malcolm Bell, chief executive of Visit Cornwall, fears warnings could have an impact on the economy.

But those attending Middlesex's Vitality Blast match against Hampshire on Thursday were told: "Due to the abnormally warm temperatures, MCC has chose to dispense with requirement for gentlemen to wear jackets in the Pavilion and arrive wearing one".

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"I've had skin cancer because of the sun, and it is nice to be out and about in it and we do have to take precautions".

Temperatures of 33.3C were recorded at Santon Downham in Suffolk on Monday, the first day of the school summer holidays.

A spokesperson for the Met Office said: "With hot air over the United Kingdom some scattered thunderstorms may form over parts of central and eastern England on Thursday afternoon".

Met Office meteorologist Alex Burkill said temperatures are likely to remain in the low 30s throughout Tuesday.

Meanwhile sun worshippers in the United Kingdom have sizzled in the hottest temperature of the year so far, with a scorching 33.3C recorded in England yesterday.

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Britain has sweltered today in what forecasters have confirmed is the hottest day of the year, with a high of 35C recorded at Heathrow Airport in London.

The amber heatwave alert will be in place until Friday, when rain and thundery showers are forecast in parts of the UK.

This year has also been one of the driest on record, with many areas recording no more than 1mm of rain at once for 54 days.

The longest run with no rain at all this summer is 48 days at Brooms Barn, near Bury St Edmunds.

England could see the all-time July record of 36.7C broken this week.

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