Here is where the traffic jams are if you are heading to beaches across Portsmouth area

PORTSMOUTH is basking in glorious sunshine for yet another day.

Thursday, 25th June 2020, 12:15 pm
Updated Thursday, 25th June 2020, 12:16 pm

The Met Office is predicting highs of 28C for the city today, as the heatwave warning has been risen to level three.

Sunshine is expected for the rest of the day across the area.

Unsurprisingly many of you might be feeling tempted to take a social distanced trip to the beach to make the most of the glorious weather.

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If you are thinking of heading down to Southsea or Hayling Island or Lee-on-the-Solent you might be wondering there is any traffic to watch out for.

According to Google Traffic there is currently slow traffic on the southbound carriageway of Langstone Road heading towards Hayling Island.

There is also slow traffic on the A3023 in Hayling Island.

Traffic in Hayling Island. Picture: Google Maps

In Portsmouth, Google Traffic is reporting that there is slow traffic in both directions of Eastern Parade in Southsea.

The traffic map also shows that there is also very slow traffic on Milton Road in Milton and Eastney.

Google Traffic map is also showing that there is very slow traffic in Marine Parade East in Lee-on-the-Solent.

Traffic in Portsmouth and Southsea. Picture: Google Maps

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Traffic in Lee-on-the-Solent. Picture: Google Maps

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