If you did, the Met Office has an explanation for you.
Speaking to the Standard today, Met Office spokesman Grahame Madge explained that a collapsing thunderstorm led to air which had been on high to rapidly descend towards the surface.
As it did so, it became hot and led to a spike in temperatures in the area – with a rise of 22oC to 32oC being recorded at Donna Nook.
“It’s quite a rare event, rare for the UK, and in fact quite rare globally,” Mr Madge said. “It’s the sort of thing you might get in places like Pakistan and the Mid-West of America.”