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|Summary:||Britain continues to swelter as unusual heatwave lingers|
|Date:||07/27/2018 11:19 AM|
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Norwich - 27 July 2018
1. Exterior of Norwich railway station
2. Bottles of water piled up
3. Tracking shot of crates of water being delivered to train
4. Water bottles being carried into carriages
5. Train arriving at platform
6. Bottles of water being carried onto train
7. Railway tracks
8. Train passing by staff inspecting railway tracks
9. Staff on railway track
10. Railway tracks
11. Bottles of water being handed to passengers in terminal
12. Zoom out of police officers drinking water
The heatwave in the UK could bring its most intense conditions yet on Friday with forecasted highs of 37 degrees Celsius (98.6 degrees Fahrenheit) potentially accompanied by thunderstorms.
The Met Office forecasting service sent out a level-3 amber alert for potential thunderstorms, which will stay in place for most east and southeast England until Saturday morning.
The warning is generally issued when temperatures soar to 30 degrees Celsius (86 F) or more during the day and fall no lower than 15 degrees Celsius (59 F) at night, for at least two consecutive days.
In Norfolk, Greater Anglia are urging passengers to take water on board their trains.
The hot weather has also been causing damage to the railway infrastructure leading to a reduction in services.
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