Britain set for hottest ever early May bank holiday
The temperature is set to hit 28C in the south of England but engineering works threaten to cause more transport chaos in the region
Parts of Britain could enjoy the hottest early May bank holiday ever recorded on Monday with temperatures set to reach 28C.
⛔ #SNUpdates – Due to overcrowding, passengers for Brighton & the South coast are strongly advised not to travel today.
️ Passengers for Gatwick Airport should allow an extra 30 mins for their journey
Tickets will be valid on all SW Railway and SouthEastern services pic.twitter.com/i8oo8kZJUt
Sunday saw plenty of #sunshine ☀️ across many parts of the UK, however some northern and western parts of #Scotland did see some rain. Here are the extremes for Sunday 6th May pic.twitter.com/E64w8OkCEM
Source: Guardian Transport
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