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Britain ushered in August 7, the highest temperature since 2003

On August 7, local time, the temperature in most parts of Britain reached above 30 degrees Celsius, and the highest temperature in some parts of London reached 36.4 degrees, making it the highest temperature in August since 2003. On the 8th and 9th, the hot weather will continue. Due to the hot weather, beaches in Brighton, Bournemouth and Margate in the south, Southeast and southwest of England are full of people going to summer vacation. The British coast guard has warned tourists to avoid some crowded beaches in areas such as Bournemouth to ensure a safe social distance, and urged visitors not to bring alcohol to the beach. Privacy Policy

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