What Is the Highest Indoor Temperature?

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On 10th August 2003, Brogdale, Kent had a temperature of 38.5 °C, highest temperature ever recorded in England's history. The extreme heat was accompanied by heavy rains and thunderstorms especially in the Midlands.
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