A yellow serious climate caution for thunderstorms has been prolonged to quilt maximum of England.
Last week’s heatwave will really feel like a far off reminiscence lately after the Met Office showed a month’s rain may fall in simply three hours and lead to flooding
The spaces discussed in the alert lately had been Wales, South West England and North West England.
A Met Office forecaster mentioned: ‘Heavy showers and thunderstorms will proceed to unfold north-east throughout England and Wales, whilst additionally expanding in frequency all through the day.
‘In a couple of puts there is the opportunity of 20mm (0.8in) to 30mm (1.2in) of rain to fall in an hour and 30mm (1.2in) to 50mm (2in) of rain to fall in three hours.
‘Hail is also possible, mainly over northern England.’
As you could have guessed it’ll even be cooler over the following couple of days, with temperatures most likely losing to 18C in some spaces.
Last Thursday when it was once a report 38.7C many would have cherished a less warm local weather however it does now not sound so nice now.
The unhealthy climate may additionally purpose go back and forth disruption lately, with prerequisites affecting roads and educate routes.
There is additionally the opportunity of lights moves to purpose energy cuts.
The Met Office’s climate caution mentioned: ‘There is a small probability of rapid flowing or deep floodwater inflicting threat to lifestyles.
‘Thunderstorms and outbreaks of heavy rain will arrive around the a long way southwest early on Tuesday, then spreading additional northeast throughout England and Wales and lengthening in frequency all through the day.
‘In a few places there is the potential for 30mm of rain to fall in an hour or two and 40 mm to fall in three hours.’
The Met Office added many spaces discussed in the caution (that ends lately) would now not be hit with the heaviest of rainfall.
The best puts that aren’t coated by it are East Anglia and the South East.
Another caution is additionally in position for the next day and contains portions of Scotland, North Wales, north England and the Midlands.
Areas in Scotland and the north of England are nonetheless reeling from flooding during the last two days.