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it would be just the players sweating at wimbledon this week with temperatures in britain set to reach as high as thirty five degrees those caring for tickets in need of a drinks break the mercury already hitting twenty early tuesday morning in somerset people flooding to the beach school classes no clouds in the sky for him i don't hate arafat web because farm to dry bones louise leave us right now qualified , central and south east england will see the highest temperatures in brighton that will really making the most of the sunshine though few daring to break the waters the heat wave sparking a government health warning when he goes out the more people to get admitted to hospital so what we try to do is encourage people to look off their friends and neighbors , trains will run slow to guard against tracks buckling under the heat but with britain said to be hotter than the made the might be fewer people traveling than usual