By Terri-ann Williams For Mailonline
Published: 08:12 BST, 1 July 2019 | Updated: 16:36 BST, 1 July 2019
The UK is set for milder temperatures of 71F this week, bringing respite to those that were struggling to handle to heat, which saw public transport being halted and roads melting over the weekend.
But those who suffer from hay fever are now set to struggle, as a pollen-bomb is set to drop on Britain, leaving many with streaming eyes and sniffling noses.
Yesterday part of a motorway in Derbyshire was seen to have melted in the middle, after a Saharan Bubble swept across the UK and Europe, pushing most of the population to the great outdoors to enjoy a stroll on the beach or even a walk in the park.
The A50 carriageway near Foston had to be closed, causing hours of delays for commuters and those heading out for the day.
It came as the 'wrong type of heat' was blamed for halting public transport across the country yesterday, with Network Rail imposing speed restrictions across its lines.
People enjoy the warm temperatures at Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire today as the warm weather continues
Sunrise at Hatchett Pond, Hampshire in the New Forest this morning (pictured above) as temperatures are set to drop today
The Olga bulk carrier sits off the coast near Tynemouth just before sunrise today. The UK is expected to be