MORE thunderstorms and torrential rain are on the way today but the muggy heat remains.
Brits can expect heavy downpours across most parts of the UK but the weather will stay warm with highs of 22C.
Thunderstorms will keep “rumbling away” across parts of England tonight, with the Met Office warning of “hefty downpours”.
Yesterday’s rain and storms are moving east, covering most parts of southern England, with showers also set to hit the west overnight.
Today is looking wet and windy in the north with clouds bubbling up during the morning.
It will feel “rather breezy” into the afternoon with scattered showers – but temperatures will remain in double figures across the whole of the UK.
And the sunshine returns in the southeast of England with temperatures reaching up to 24C on Sunday.
The Met Office said: “It will be a sunny start for many across the UK on Sunday morning, however bands of showers will move in from the west quite quickly.
“Further showers will develop across the UK as we go through the day, with some of these heavy at times.
“But there will be some sunshine in between with temperatures generally reaching the high teens to low twenties across the whole of the UK.
“It will be fairly breezy across the northwest and the outlook is to remain fairly unsettled with further rain and showers for many.”
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A Met Office spokesperson added: “Obviously people for the last weekend of July would be hoping for beautiful sunshine which is not quite what we have got – but that is not unusual for the time of year.”