30C in June: 'Hottest summer ever' possible
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The UK is forecast to see an "above average" temperature over summer with a very high likelihood of peaking in the Met Office's hottest temperature category.
Last year saw record-breaking summer temperatures, with new all time high set in Faversham, Kent of 35.8C.
It's possible this year could be even hotter, meteorologists have said.
The Met Office three-month forecast said: "For May-July, above-average temperatures are more likely than below-average.
"The probability the UK average temperature will fall into the warmest of our five categories is 45-50 per cent. The coldest of our five categories is five per cent.
"Long-range prediction systems show a consistent increase in the likelihood of high pressure, associated with warmer-than-average conditions."