Heavy rain has battered parts of the UK with some areas left flooded at the start of a week where temperatures are expected to rise above 30C across the UK.
Rain and thunderstorms are set to make way for sunshine and warmth in time for Glastonbury this weekend, according to the Met Office.
Warm temperatures and sunny conditions are set to bring some respite after thunderstorms and heavy rain battered parts of the UK this week – but forecasters warn the good weather might not last long.
The UK is set to be hit by more thunderstorms and rain as unsettled weather continues.
More weather warnings have been put in place as thunderstorms, torrential rain and flooding look set to batter parts of the UK again.
Multiple weather warnings and flood alerts remain in place across the UK as heavy rain continues to cause disruption across the country.
Homes and businesses are likely to be flooded and travel disrupted as heavy rain sweeps parts of Scotland on Thursday, forecasters have warned.
Heavy rain has caused disruption across the country, with rail users worst hit.
Commuters faced a morning of travel misery after torrential rain lashed parts of the country overnight.
Commuters faced a morning of disruption on Tuesday as torrential rain continues to lash the country.
Forecasters have warned that parts of the UK could be inundated with more than 100mm of rain this week.