Kent records hottest September day in seven years with 30.2C in Frittenden, near Staplehurst
Kent sizzled on the hottest September day for seven years yesterday - but woke to cooler temperatures today.
The Met Office said Frittenden, near Staplehurst, recorded Britain's warmest temperature at 30.2C.
It was just 0.3 degrees behind the nation's seven-year September high of 30.5C recorded in 2006.
Elenea Osbourne, 4, and mum Carley Benson, walking dogs Daisy and Toby in the September sunshine
However, forecasters said it will be much cooler in the county today , with outbreaks of heavy rain and highs of 21C.
Sunshine and showers are predicted for over the weekend , with highs of 20C.
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