A three-day heat was declared as the temperature was set at 34 degrees.
The warning covers parts of England from midnight on Friday to midnight on Sunday.
NHS England and With Office A second-degree fever warning has been issued in the East Midlands, east, south-east and south-west of England, meaning there is a 60 per cent chance of fever during this period.
The first level warning covers parts of northern England where probability is present Heat wave Conditions are 30 per cent and 40 per cent a chance in the West Midlands.
Dan Rudman, deputy chief meteorologist at the Met Office, said: “Temperatures will continue to rise throughout the week and become above average on Friday, when many parts of the UK’s southern half are expected to exceed 30C and possibly reach 34C. In some places.
“This is the first hot weather this year and it is unusual for the temperature to exceed these levels in June. Many areas will also see some warm nights with minimum temperatures that would be expected in high teens or even below 20C some nights.
“The heat is caused by a mixture of warming during the day, due to the high pressure, as well as the flow of air from the south, which brings warm air from the continent to the coast of Great Britain.”
Agostinio Sousa, head of emergency services and health at the UK Health Agency, added: “Temperatures in some parts of the South will reach 30 degrees Celsius on Friday and we want everyone to enjoy the warm weather when it arrives and let them know. Good health tips for dealing with warm conditions.
“During hot weather, it is especially important to check on the people who are most vulnerable, such as the elderly and people with heart or lung problems. Be sure to pay attention to the signs of heat fatigue and follow our simple tips to overcome the heat. “
From Wednesday, as the cloud, rain and breeze continue to the northwest, the south will become warmer with high pressure.
This will bring calm conditions that will allow the temperature to rise daily and become warm or even hot for some time by Friday.
The UK heat wave threshold is met when the location records a period of at least three days where the daily maximum temperature reaches or exceeds the heat wave threshold that varies by country.
The highest temperature reached in the UK on 27 May was 27.5 degrees Celsius in Heathrow.
It is still relatively unusual for temperatures to reach mid-30C in June.
The highest temperature in June was 35.6 degrees Celsius, which was reached on June 28, 1976 in Southampton Mayflower Park.
The Met Office broadcasts the heat from Friday to Sunday
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