According to the forecasters, “The sun worshippers left disappointed in July can look forward to a “mini heatwave” in early August, “ In south-east England, East Anglia and the east Midlands, it is proved that it was showery and cool bit. The temperatures was hit the high 20s and low 30s Celsius. With the temperatures due to the fall back to average by the end of the week. The Met Office forecaster Mark Seltzer said: “We will see a mini-heatwave for south-east England this week. But that’s going to quickly break down to changeable conditions, a few bits of rain and thunderstorms and freshening conditions coming from the west by Thursday onwards.” and “Other than that there’s no signal for any heatwaves again after that for the time being, but still a great deal of dry and bright weather and some occasional showers from the west.” The weather was disappointing, he said that “Temperature-wise it’s been average in most places, a little low in others.” and he added ”There’s been quite a lot of rainfall, above average in eastern Scotland and north-east England.” Tony Conlan, forecaster at MeteoGroup, the weather division of the Press Association, said: “July was disappointing in comparison to some of the hot summers in recent memory. and they also said that ”The last really good summer we had was 2006 when we had the warmest July on record. This is the fifth average or poor July we have had since then. That record July of 2006 now seems a distant memory.” Since 2007 July 2010 is the coolest. At the Olympic Park South in London the highest temperature was 27.5C and in the Kinbrace in Southerland , north west Scotland the lowest was minus 0.8C. Every people should be ready always in summer, it is a hot time wherein people suffer in heat stroke. People should have a regular check up to their doctors.