Wildfires continue to burn on baked ground as temperatures reach 34C | ITV News

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After four days of extreme heat for much of the UK, temperatures are falling. However, the problems the long dry summer have brought will remain.

Wildfires continue to burn on baked ground and even the prospect of heavy rain on Monday brings the risk of flash floods.

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