IF you're lucky enough to have a garden or balcony then you'll be able to enjoy tropic temperatures this week.

This week will see Britain's second heatwave as temperatures are expected hit 28C this week.

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The Met Office said temperatures could reach 27C later today.

It said: "Some good spells of sunshine to start, but cloud will tend to increase during the morning. However further sunny spells are likely in the afternoon, and it will become very warm inland, but coastal parts cooler as onshore breezes develop. Maximum Temperature 27 °C."

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Last week's scorcher saw the hottest day of the year, with a sweltering 28.2C recorded at Santon Downham in Suffolk.

Even though we may not be able to head to the beach, now is the perfect time to order a paddling pool and enjoy a refreshing drink (or two).

Hayfever suffers can expect a medium pollen count today during the weam weather.

The Met Office said: "Grass pollen airborne at a moderate risk during warm, sunny weather. Main grass pollen season starting in early June. Other allergens airborne: nettle, dock, plantain, oak pollen."