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Verdict on exactly when thunderstorms and torrential downpours could hit UK

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Many regions of the UK could be hit by violent thunderstorms in the coming days - as this striking weather map shows. Monday will be the wettest day, with thundery showers expected across the Midlands, parts of north Wales and the Home Counties, the Mirror reports.

As a band of low pressure works its way southeast parts of Conwy, Denbighshire and Cheshire will experience storms by 10am. They will then move across to the Midlands, particularly Birmingham and the Black Country by lunchtime, forecasters at InMeteo say.

They have produced an interactive map on website Ventusky, which details the movement of the low pressure. It highlights how most of the UK will experience rain by the afternoon, though it won't be thundery everywhere.

The heaviest of which, without the storms, is anticipated in eastern areas, like Cambridgeshire, by 4pm. By which time, thunderstorms will be worst along the North Sea coast, especially in Lincolnshire. READ MORE: Met Office say 'hint' of weather changing in June but give warning Forecasters also said parts of the Home Counties, including Oxfordshire and Berkshire, will experience storms on Monday night.

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