Northern Ireland records its highest ever temperature as UK bakes

All four nations experience hottest day of year as Ballywatticock in County Down hits 31.2C

The hottest day of the year so far has been recorded in all four UK nations and forecasters believe it could be even warmer on Sunday.

It was the hottest day on record in Northern Ireland with 31.2C recorded in Ballywatticock, in County Down, at 3.40pm, beating the previous highest temperature of 30.8C, reached on 12 July 1983 and 30 June 1976.

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