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Kent weather: Met Office issues September heatwave update with Indian Summer set to arrive

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Original article from Kent Live

Summer 2021 proved to be somewhat of a damp squib, but autumn is really delivering the goods.

Temperatures have soared for the first part of September and the heatwave shows no signs of letting up.

The Met Office has issued a positive update for those looking to eek a few more sunbathing days out.

Read more: Pictures show Thanet beaches rammed as people enjoy Kent's September heatwave

The forecasters have predicted highs of 23C this week with the heatwave set to hang around until the end of the month.

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In Maidstone, temperatures are predicted to remain above 20C for the whole of next week, potentially pushing up to 22C on Tuesday.

Even those on the coast, where it’s often cooler, temperatures will remain around 20C.

The Met Office has also issued its long term forecast for the South-East and it makes for good reading.

Kent will bask in a final – and much deserved – blissful spell of sun this week

Its forecast for the end of the month says: “Overall, temperatures are likely to be near to above average for the time of the year, but with the chance of some cool nights particularly in the north."

Our most popular beaches have been busy this week, despite the return of schools as sun worshippers look to enjoy the last.

Last week, pictures showed Thanet beaches packed as sun worshippers made the most of the weather.

You can find the full Met Office forecast here.

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