heatwave has uk. that is where the heatwave has been across southern and south—eastern areas, not have we been experiencing those high temperatures. this is what it looks like around 7pm. the pork is still an like around 7pm. the pork is still a n excess like around 7pm. the pork is still an excess of 30 in the capital, 20 or $0 an excess of 30 in the capital, 20 or so expected in the lowlands of scotland. all ice on the thunderstorms and we have already had some storms and we have already had some storms and we have already had some storms in the south—west of england and across wales. recently there have been flashes and bangs around merseyside. at the moment the storms are affecting areas that are not necessarily experiencing the heat. there has been the odd storm around parts of the east midlands, but on the whole we are talking about mostly dry weather this evening. you can see storms across the north—west of england, parts of northern ireland and also scotland will step a really balmain night. not will step a really balmain night. n ot ofte n will step a really balmain night. not often the temperature in the south—east was no lower than around 20 or2i. south—east was no lower than around 20 or 21. you could call it tropical. tomorrow showers expected
across the north of the country, some will be thunderstorms. elsewhere the risk of abuse dom is developing. another really hot day again, in the mid—30s for the south—east and into 30s possibly across parts of the midlands. hull at 27. wednesday is expected to be be final really hot day. showers looming across france on the english channel. change will happen between wednesday and thursday when we will see more showers and thunderstorms and then it looks as though by friday the heatwave will finally end. thank you. that's all from the bbc news at six so it's goodbye from me and on bbc one we nowjoin the bbc‘s news teams where you are.
i'm chetan pathak. coming up on the programme: he kept hold of his nerve if not quite the trophy. american colin morikawa wins the us pga championship at the age of 23. 0n the march for european glory, manchester united look to reach the semi finals of the europa league. we will hear from niall wilson speaking about abuse in the sport. 0n the march for european glory, manchester united look to reach the semi finals of the europa league. and the rocket's in trouble. ronnie 0'sullivan trails mark williams 6—2 at the end of the first session of their world championship quarterfinal.
welcome to the programme, thanks forjoining us. we start with this man, who 15 months ago, was a college student. now, colin morikawa's woken up as the us pga championship winner after he produced an immaculate round of 64 to land his first major. it was a thrilling finish last night in san francisco where morikawa, atjust 23, ensured hejoined an elite group of players to have won the title at that age. jack nicklaus, tiger woods and rory mcilroy being the others. he recorded 129 shots over the weekend, which is the lowest final two rounds in major championship history. and incredibly, with two wins, he has more victories on tour than missed cuts. when i woke up today, i was like, this is meant to be. this is where i feel very comfortable, this is where i want to be. i'm not scared from it. i think if i was scared, the
last few holes would have been different. but you want to be in this position. it's exciting. this is what fans want to see. they want to see who's going to step up, who's going to get that really good shot towards the end. whether it's 13, 14, 15, whatever. it was going to ta ke 14, 15, whatever. it was going to take a very good round. i knew with the leaderboard take a very good round. i knew with the leaderboa rd and take a very good round. i knew with the leaderboard and everyone out there, you just have to play well. you either win or you lose. for morikawa, an incredible story. for england's paul casey, though, the wait goes on for a first major. he was in the mix throughout, but in the end finished in second along with dustinjohnson two shots behind. i played phenomenal golf. there's nothing i would change. i'm very happy with howl nothing i would change. i'm very happy with how i played. great attitude, stayed very calm and stayed in the present. wasn't
enough. the glorious shots coming m, enough. the glorious shots coming in, you just have to take your. when he popped up on tour not that long ago, those guys who are paying attention like myself knew this was something special. he's proved it today. he's already proved it, but he's really stamped his authority of how good he is today. but i'm very happy with everything. it's kind of got my mojo back. morikawa wasn't the american most people were expecting to win the us pga championship going into the final round, but it's safe to say americans know his name today. and i'm joined by alex miceli, who's a golf reporter and journalist in the us. thanks forjoining us now. what's the reaction been like there? i don't think surprising because his name has been on the board a lot. i think it'sjust name has been on the board a lot. i think it's just the fact of how he finished it off. everyone you talk
to said it was a great final round, and he's the one who stepped up. everyone else tried, but failed to step up like morikawa did. i think that's something you really find if you follow golf at all, the fact that he could do what he did at 23 isa that he could do what he did at 23 is a big thing. now all the sudden, you become anointed as the next great player, even though you only won one majorambjgn ship. that's won one major ambien ship. that's the discussion that's going to be