Thunder, hail and lightning: Heavy storms interrupt peak of longest heatwave in nearly four decades

Independent: It was a stormy end to Britain's three week heat-wave as thunderstorms and lightening marked the end of the hottest temperatures in seven years, weather experts have said. Thunder, lightning and hail broke the sunny spells on Monday night and will last intermittently throughout Tuesday and Wednesday, coupled with torrential rain and the risk of flash floods. The sunnier climate provided the nation with weeks of scorching temperatures, peaking yesterday at 33.5C in London - the hottest day since......

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