UK to be battered by more thunderstorms as Met Office issues 10 hour warning

Britain has been facing a scorching September heatwave as temperatures hit 32.6C on Thursday, but the UK has now been warned of potential thunderstorms hitting Britain on Sunday.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning meaning heavy showers and thunderstorms are expected to hit parts of England and Wales from 2pm on Sunday.

The weather experts warn thunderstorms “may bring disruption during Sunday afternoon and evening” from 2pm until midnight.

This could potentially mean the sudden flooding, leading to delays or cancellations of transport services, a chance of powercuts to homes and businesses and fast-flowing flood water in some areas.

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