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Londoners are set to bask in yet more soaring temperatures as the UK heads for its longest heatwave in more than 20 years.
“Heavy downpours could lead to some surface water perhaps which will take us through the rush hour period and later on in the night.” Temperatures are set to stay fairly warm and could peak at 20C or 21C today before rising slightly by the weekend, Ms Sharples said.
Shorts are up 98.9 per cent, swimwear 11.8 per cent and outdoor games 197.8 per cent.
A GO Outdoors spokesman said: “It seems that heat-weary Londoners are hitting the water to escape the heatwave.
By Wednesday afternoon, the weather in London is expected to become drier.
Forecaster Emma Sharples told the Standard: “We are in a fairly changeable spell of weather, a lot more rainy.
It follows financial troubles causing the skyscraper to go into receivership in April.
Stephen Down from Savills told BBC News: "We've started the ball rolling.
The mercury hit scorching highs of 32.4C at Hampton on Monday while temperatures in Northolt and Heathrow reached 32C.
With Britons set to enjoy temperatures between 25C and 29C until the weekend, it looks likely the UK will experience its longest spell of warm weather since 1976, when the country was hit with a severe drought.
John Lewis said sales of fans, like their Air Circulator Tilt Fan which costs £44.95, were up 2000 per cent.
Cosmetics retailer Superdrug said sales of sun tan lotion was up 60 per cent week on week with Kids Sun Protection up by 120 per cent.
Independent ice cream maker Jude’s said they were on for their “biggest week ever” in terms of sales.