Britain is set to boil in 30C heat but thunder and floods

first_imgThe showers and thunderstorms may continue overnight into Friday morning before clearing into the North Sea.Met Office forecaster Alex Burkill said: “We may see some localised flooding in some areas and difficult driving conditions, however the areas where that will happen are difficult to pinpoint.”However, into the weekend we will see a more changeable front and it will be fresher from the north-west.” Some areas may face localised flooding and difficult driving conditions caused by the downpours spreading up from the south.A yellow weather warning covering England and Wales is in place from 6am on Thursday to 6am on Friday. Here is the picture we are waking up to this morning; bright ⛅️ for many but cloudier with some drizzle across northern England— Met Office (@metoffice) July 5, 2017 Britain faces a steamy and stormy end to the week as thundery showers and 30C temperatures are set to sweep the nation.Forecasters have warned that while Wednesday will be fine and dry, lightning and even hail may be on the way tomorrow with up to 30mm of rain falling within an hour. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img