Met Office weather warnings EXTENDED: Severe storms to lash UK with 3 inches in 3 hours

The Met Office has implemented new weather warnings for the coming week after Britons basked scorching heatwave conditions. The thunderstorms, lightning, hail and heavy rain is forecast to smash Britain next week. But what changes to the weather warnings have been announced by the Met Office?

The Met Office has extended weather warnings for next week after temperatures soared to 37C on Friday.

The UK will be battered by torrential downpours, hail, lightning and thunderstorms in the coming week according to the forecaster.

The Met Office has now extended warnings and issued new thunderstorms warnings across the entire UK after the thundery weather is forecast to continue through Wednesday.

The Met Office weather warning is in effect from midnight on Monday, August 10, to 11.59pm on Wednesday, August 12.

The forecaster warned some places are likely to see severe thunderstorms during the middle of next week, but with significant uncertainty in location and timing.

The warning is in effect across all of Britain for these three days.

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