Bloodshed on the beach: thugs fight and two are stabbed to death in Devon and Cornwall as hundreds celebrate on the coast and reach temperatures of 75 ° F next week before the heat wave
- The Devon and Cornwall police had reports of knife attacks in Plymouth and Dawlish
- Thugs fought in Teignmouth and a man in Exeter carried a gun
- The police have handled 2,700 incidents since Friday – more than a busy New Year's Eve
- It happens when British people flock to the beaches as the temperatures will reach 24 ° C today
Beach parties broke out again last night when fighting broke out and people were stabbed to death at popular tourist attractions.
Police in Devon and Cornwall raced for reports of knife attacks in Plymouth and Dawlish another weekend of "chaos" in the South West.
Thugs were fighting in Teignmouth, and a man was carrying a gun in Exeter when officials had handled at least 2,700 incidents since Friday, more than on a busy New Year's Eve.
It happens when British people flock to the beaches when temperatures reach 24 ° C next week before a heat wave.
Police in Devon and Cornwall raced for reports of knife attacks in Plymouth and Dawlish another weekend of "chaos" in the South West. Pictured: garbage strewn over the beach in Polzeath last night after a party
In Cornwall, the Polzeath and Falmouth surf resorts experienced serious crimes and riots that got beach parties out of control, as well as violence in Looe.
The police made a number of arrests and investigated other incidents.
Officials are expecting a further influx of tourists today, as the temperature is set to at least 24 ° C and the pubs are open to ease the relaxation.
Most of the country is dry in the afternoon with sunshine and warmer weather in the southern areas.
But in the north it gets cloudy with some showers and clouds and rain in Northern Ireland and West Scotland.
The police were in force this morning after the teenagers celebrated on the coast when the hot weather arrived
The morning sun rises over Liverpool this morning as the country prepares for temperatures of 24 ° C.
A Met Office meteorologist said, “It's a cool but bright start to the day on Sunday morning. A lot of sunshine hangs into the afternoon.
& # 39; It will also feel a bit warmer on Sunday, temperatures well into the low 20s, we could see 24 ° C in the southeast.
"It will be strong sunshine, the UV values will be very high in some places tomorrow, so people should be careful when they leave.
Later in the day, as we approach the evening cloud, the cloud will thicken in Northern Ireland and West Scotland.
"This will bring some outbursts of rain to end the day and is a sign of more changeable weather on the way to the next week."
Highs of 30 ° C could be reached next week as a heat wave could scorch the UK, putting an end to the rain tide observed in July so far. Pictured: Liverpool this morning
Highs of 30 ° C could be reached next week as a heat wave could scorch the UK, putting an end to the rain tide observed in July so far.
Weather maps show how the country will turn red from the heat next week, with the south bearing the brunt of the hot weather.
The mercury will rise at a scorching 30 ° C next Sunday and will last until Monday.
Netweather's long-term forecast is: & # 39; & # 39; High pressure will dominate the weather in much of the UK earlier this week, and in England and Wales the weather will be mostly dry and sunny, with temperatures above the seasonal average during the day but almost average at night.
& # 39; This high-pressure spell is currently unlikely to cause longer heat waves, although a short-lived hot southern or southeastern slump is possible towards the end of this countercyclical spell.
& # 39; There will also be dry and sunny weather for much of Scotland and Northern Ireland, but the amounts of cloud will be more variable as there will be an eastern North Atlantic trough that will occasionally bring damp southwesterly winds to Scotland and Northern Ireland. However, significant rainfall is expected to be limited to the north west of Scotland.
& # 39; Late in the week, there are signs that the magic of anticyclonic weather from the west or northwest is collapsing and the weather is becoming more unstable, but it's expected to stay on the warm side.
"Thunderstorms are possible during the collapse, but not guaranteed, because it is possible that we will see a largely thunder-free collapse from the northwest."
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