UK Heatwave To Be 'Interrupted By Thunder Storms And Heavy Rain'
It actually feels like we are having a real summer here in the UK, but put that bikini away, as the hot weather may about to be interrupted.
Forecasters have announced that there is a risk that the rain could be back, especially in the south and south east of England, bringing thunderstorms with it on Thursday.
If we do see a downpour, it is not expected to last for much longer than a day before the sun puts his hat on again.
The lovely hot weather will be back just in time for the weekend, with temperatures higher than 30C for you to top up your tan in, reports the Mirror. No need to worry about a soggy BBQ or your tent flooding with rain at a music festival then.
A Met Office spokesman told the paper: "There will be lots of sunshine across the UK but through the day tomorrow [Thursday] there is a risk of heavy showers and some will be of a thundery nature.
"There is a risk of thunderstorms tomorrow particularly in the south and south east of England.
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"Some places might see a downpour.
"But there will still be sunshine."
It looks like hot temperatures are set to rise even higher too, as they added: "Temperatures could hit 31C in the south by Saturday."
There is still plenty of time to put on your bikini and make the most of the hot weather, as the heatwave could continue into the rest of July and even into August, say forecasters.
June 2018 was one of the hottest months ever recorded in the past 400 years, and some parts of the country have already been issued a hosepipe ban over fears of a drought.
Here's hoping that the rain stays away and the sun comes out to play for a little while longer.
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