Not as broke and their sheilas aren’t as hairy either

The poms are getting a bit full of themselves because they have had a couple of fine days:

Britain basked in glorious weather yesterday with temperatures higher than parts of Greece but the warm weather means a hosepipe ban is likely.

Forecasters predict that the temperatures will remain above 60F (15.5C) for the week – around 12F (5C) higher than the norm for the year and higher than the Greek island of Rhodes.

However, with little rainfall on the way a report by the Environment Agency is to predict that parts of the country will see hosepipe bans within the next few weeks.

The Mercury topped 65F (18.6C) in Watnall in Nottinghamshire yesterday as Britain basked in glorious sunshine.

George Goodfellow, a Met Office forecaster, said a band of high pressure meant the weather should continue for the rest of the week.

Temperatures in Rhodes are due to hover around 59F (15C).


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