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Manchester, be very careful about the weather conditions for the coming 2 weeks as flood and heavy rain has been anticipated across Manchester

Families are curiously hunting placing explicitly safe and open water parks where they could take there families and kids along to enjoy this sizzling summer. Kids are approaching towards holidays in July and August and families in advance booking water parks beaches and family places where they could make there time memorable with families and kids. Whole year they always wait for such holidays so planning in advance is viable action. Let’s give you a brief listing of most visited and economical places you can take your family along

When the weather’s warm there’s nothing quite like some water play to keep the kids cool. We all know how hot our children get when they’re busy playing and running around and how they love the opportunity to have a good splash around. Thankfully there are plenty of places where families can do just that. From paddling pool and fountains for little ones to a giant inflatable aqua park for older ones, there’s something for kids of all ages. Here’s our round-up of the water parks, splash zones and paddling pools in and around Greater Manchester.

A fresh thunderstorm warning covering Greater Manchester has been issued by the Met Office. The yellow weather alert is in place from 3pm on Thursday afternoon until 4am the following morning.

Temperatures are expected to climb to around 33C tomorrow, making it likely to be the hottest day of the year so far in Manchester. But the hot weather will spark scattered thunderstorms later on in the day and will continue overnight.

According to the Met Office website, there could be power cuts and damage to buildings where the lightning strikes.

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