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In pictures: Hot weather returns to the UK

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Parts of the UK continue to enjoy sunshine and hot weather, with the temperature expected to rise above 30C in some places.

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image captionThe warm weather is expected to continue for a day or so but it will be milder by the weekend.

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image captionParts of the UK were hotter than Marbella and Tenerife on Monday and sweltering temperatures are set to soar even higher today, drawing people to beaches such as Brighton.

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image captionIn Bournemouth, sun seekers head to the beach to soak up the rays.

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image captionFor some though, the best place is in the shade under the trees in Alexandra park in Hastings.

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image captionHere, a runner enjoys the sunshine on Devils Dyke just north of Brighton.

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image captionPeople enjoy the autumn sunshine as they punt along the River Cam in Cambridge.

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image captionA chance to cool down on Brighton's water chute.

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image captionIn Norfolk, the day started with a morning mist, beautifully captured by photographer Paul Marriott.

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image captionThe misty countryside made a good backdrop for this picture of a cyclist in Thornham.

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image captionA little further south, the fog horns from passing ships gave an eerie atmosphere to the estuary town of Gravesend.

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image captionOn Seaburn beach in Sunderland early this morning, fire and light choreographer Penella Bee from Bee-Enchanted practiced her routine.
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