Published: 07:28, 09 August 2020
| Updated: 16:45, 09 August 2020
Kent is set for another scorching day today - and even hotter temperatures on Monday.
The spell of good weather has seen thousands flock to the county's beaches with highs on Saturday reaching as high as 35C.
Now forecasters say the heatwave will continue today with highs of 30C expected across the county - and it could get even hotter on Monday and Tuesday.
It will, however, feel a little cooler along the coast.
Yesterday saw Manston in Thanet named one of the sunniest places in the country with temperatures not falling below 24C from 9am to midnight and a high of 32°C from 2pm to 5pm.
And there is no immediate respite from the heat.
The Met Office says it is expecting soaring temperatures to last until at least Thursday.
But it warns there could be thunderstorms in the early part of the week, with yellow weather warnings in force from Monday to Wednesday.