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Monday, 25 May 2015

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Fun in the sun as Cumbria families enjoy a taste of summer

SCORCHING sunshine and blue skies brought a taste of glorious summer to South Cumbria this bank holiday.

Furness families made the most of the glorious weather by packing into Ford Park in Ulverston, Barrow Park and Walney’s beaches.

The warm weather in parts of Britain was set to beat temperatures in sunny European destinations including the Cote d’Azur in France and the Spanish island of Majorca.

Yesterday was predicted to be the hottest day in Britain so far this year. The sunny weather was expected to last until today with temperatures set to hit 23C in some parts.

But it is expected to be short-lived as northern, central and eastern parts of England as well as Scotland will see temperatures plummet for the rest of the week.

The warmest corresponding bank holiday Monday in recent years was in 2008 when London reached 23C. 


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