Airport authorties and travel agents in Britain said yesterday that Britons have had enough of the freezing cold weather, which saw a mid-August snowfall cripple Hull while the rest of the country has been soaked in rain over the past few days, and are rushing to their high street travel agents for a last minute late booking to the Balearics and some sunshine before it is too late. While the Balearics has been bathed in a mini-heatwave for the past week, with temperatures reaching 40ºC over the weekend and temperatures forecast to start climbing again tomorrow, many Britons who decided to give the British summer the benefit of the doubt this year simply cannot take any more of the poor weather and are packing up their bags for the Balearics. The news has been welcomed by the region's hoteliers who have been hoping the recent surge in bookings will continue into next month, when they are prepared to drop their prices in order to keep their hotels operating at maximum capacity.

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