Original article from Kent Live
Kent has enjoyed a glorious start to June with the county bathed in sunshine.
The first few days of the month saw a 'mini-heatwave' descend upon the county – and temperatures are still reaching over 20C.
According to the latest updates from the Met Office, Kent's heatwave is set to continue for the rest of the week.
With different towns in the county expected to enjoy their peak weather conditions on different days, below is a breakdown of when each area can expect their optimal weather for the week.
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Ashford's hottest day is expected to be Wednesday (June 9) but the rest of the week doesn't look too bad either!
Thursday and Friday are set to be 22C and 23C respectively, and the weekend is forecast to be around 20C.
The week will remain dry, with some cloud, but no rainfall forecast.
Canterbury is also set for a scorcher on Wednesday, with temperatures in the mid 20Cs.
Friday is forecast to be 24C, which would see residents enjoy a pleasurable end to the working week.
The remaining days are all due for highs of around 23C.
Friday is forecast as Chatham's hottest day of the week.
The town is expected to enjoy temperatures of up to 25C, although cloud is also expected.
Both Wednesday and Sunday are set to be the clearest days, with little to no cloud over Chatham.
Both Wednesday and Friday are set to be the warmest for those in Dartford.
The two days could see highs of 25C, while the rest of the week seems fairly on par.
The week is expected to end on a clear Sunday, with highs of 23C.
The temperatures on the Dover coast are due to be a few degrees lower than the rest of the county.
Dover's warmest day, Wednesday, will see highs of 22C.
The rest of the week looks rather clear, with temperatures topping off at around 20C.
Like Dover, Folkestone is set for a chilly week in comparison with the rest of the county!
Friday and Saturday are set to be the warmest days, with temperatures reaching 21C.
The rest of the week could see temperatures fall just below 20C, with some cloud over the weekend.
Gillingham's hottest days look set to be Wednesday and Friday, with temperatures hitting 24C.
The rest of the week seems rather consistent, with highs of 23C.
Sunday is expected to be chillier, however, with highs reaching just above 20C.
Just like Gillingham, Gravesend is also set to see its warmest weather coming on Wednesday and Friday.
Both days could reach highs of 25C, while the rest of the week will be just a few degrees cooler.
The weekend, meanwhile, is expected to be slightly cloudy.
Wednesday will be Maidstone's warmest day of the week ahead.
With highs of 25C forecast, there is also set to be no cloud either.
The rest of the week will remain dry, but will get cloudy towards and on the weekend.
While similar temperatures to the rest of the county are forecast in Margate, the town is set for a clearer end to the week.
Temperatures could hit 24C on Wednesday making it the hottest day of the week.
From Friday through to Sunday, there is no cloud forecast either.
While Wednesday is also set to be Ramsgate's hottest day of the week, temperatures are forecast to be a little cooler.
The majority of the week will remain above 20C, with Sunday being the exception.
The weekend is forecast to be clear, however.
Tunbridge Wells has three days tied as the joint-hottest this week.
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday could all reach highs of 23C.
This week will mainly be cloudy, however, before a clear end to the week on Sunday.
The weather in Sevenoaks is fairly consistent this week, with four days forecast with highs of 22C.
Friday and Saturday look set to be the warmest, however, with highs peaking at 23C.
Like most other areas of the county, cloudy conditions are expected to clear up in time for Sunday.