Temperatures will have dropped over 10C by the weekend, as windy cloudier weather arrives from the west.
After a record heatwave that saw the hottest temperatures in 41 years and the longest spell of hot weather in over 20 years, the hot weather has finally come to an end.
Today was the hottest June day in 41 years as a temperature of 34.5C was recorded at Heathrow in London
The Met Office warn that heavy downpours could lead to localised flooding.
If today’s temperature reaches above 30C, that will be the fifth consecutive day that 30C has been reached.
It’s summer solstice today and it could be one of the warmest ever.
After plenty of sunshine and hot weather the Met Office are warning the region of heavy rain and storms across the region.
With the high temperatures comes a risk of pets overheating or dehydrating, here’s some tips to keep your pets cool.
The heat can be very uncomfortable and potentially dangerous for pregnant women, as pregnancy causes blood pressure to drop causing the person to faint.
The heatwave is set to come to a dramatic end, as the Met Office are warning the region of heavy rain and storms across the region.