The Solar UV INDEX.

Solar Ultraviolet Radiation (UVR) is a known carcinogen, it cannot be seen or felt and is not
related to temperature. It can pass through cloud, bounce off reflective surfaces and cause skin damage.

The UV index is a 5 category UV forecast provided by the MET office in the UK.
The higher the number the stronger the UVR and the less time it takes to damage our skin.
When the UV index is at 3 or above, sun protection measures should be taken - see the five S’s of sun safety.

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