August is set to be another scorcher of a month for Britain as highs of 36C are set to hit parts of the country.
Despite July being an unprecedented month in British weather with a high of 40.3C being recorded on July 19 in Lincolnshire, the scorching sun is set for a return in mid-August.
According to Netweather, a major heatwave in France will brace England for "unusual" hot weather.
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Netweather said that August is likely to be "hotter, drier and sunnier than average for a large majority of the UK".
The forecaster also predicted that there will be "predominantly dry sunny weather" next week as a result of high pressure with rainfall levels to be "well below normal".
WXCharts has forecast peak temperatures of 36C in southern England on August 13, while London and the Midlands will see highs of 34C, and the North will reach 28C.
From Monday (August 8), the weather will begin to rise with the South hitting temperatures of 28C and by Wednesday (August 10), temperatures will rise to highs of 32C across both southern England and the Midlands.
Scotland will reach 25C and will eventually cool to highs of 22C as Netweather spoke about their forecasting for next week.
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A spokesperson said: "Confidence is high that this period will be somewhat hotter, drier and sunnier than average for a large majority of the UK.
"Rainfall is forecast to be well below normal, especially over much of England.
"Frontal rainfall in Week 3 is not expected to generally amount to much, and thundery outbreaks, these mainly towards the south-east, will tend to be scattered.
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