BRITS were left high and dry last night after conflicting weather fore-casts predicted a summer scorcher AND a washout.
Expert Jonathan Powell says June, July and August will break high temperature records.
He reckons we should prepare to slap on the sun cream as temp- eratures soar above 30C (86F).
But, as we reported on Monday
, long-range forecaster Piers Corbyn has told Brits to expect a rain-filled few months.
And the Met Office admitted they have no idea what summer holds.
Mr Powell, of forecasters Positive Weather Solutions, said yesterday: “For summer 2010 we’re in for the lion’s share of better weather.
“There will be some high temperatures, and top temperature records may fall in August.
“This summer may even feature in the top five warmest summers on record.”