By Paul Homewood
Britain is due to sizzle this summer with highs of 33C (91F), but forecasters say hurricanes threaten to bring floods during the August school holidays due to the La Niña weather phenomenon.
The Met Office‘s long-range forecast says the UK should expect hotter-than-normal temperatures over the next three months.
The upbeat forecast will give a welcome boost to preparations for the Queen’s 90th birthday parade on June 11, Glastonbury from June 22 to 26, Wimbledon from June 27 to July 10 and the start of school summer holidays.
The top temperatures are not expected to beat last year’s record high of 36.7C, but bookmaker Ladbrokes has nevertheless cut odds of summer being the hottest for more than a century to 3/1……………….
A Met Office forecaster said, the three-month forecast said: “For May-July, above-average temperatures are slightly more probable than below-average.
“El Nino is ranked…
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