Weather watchers are warning of thunderstorms heading for parts of Northamptonshire on Saturday afternoon (June 6).
The Met Office rainfall radar showed two areas of heavy rain blowing southwards into the county.
And Northamptonshire Weather tweeted at just after 1pm: "A thunderstorm is moving into the north of the county at the moment heading towards Welford.
"Torrential rain, hail and gusty winds expected as this storm tracks southeast through the county."
Strong winds gusting through Northamptonshire are expected to die down during the evening but temperatures are struggling to even get into the low teens at about 11° or 12°C.
All this comes a week after the county roasted in temperatures in the high-20s with no significant rain for more than a month.
More heavy rain is forecast for tomorrow (Sunday) arriving in late morning.
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