Warm weather will return to Britain this weekend with some places set to "feel like" 30C.
It comes following a week-long heatwave last week when temperatures exceeded 30C for seven consecutive days.
Although actual temperatures don't look likely to reach those highs again, wind conditions and humidity are expected to make Saturday (September 16) feel much hotter than it actually is, especially in southern-central regions and the south-east.
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According to data from Netweather's "feels like" readings, 26C heat tomorrow afternoon in both Southampton and Oxford will be more like 30C.
Down the round from Southampton, Portsmouth and Brighton are expected to feel like 29C (when actual temperatures will be around 26C).
Londoners can expect the mercury to read 27C, although again things will feel more like 29C. People in Norfolk and Kent can expect conditions to feel like 28C.
Despite the warm conditions in some parts of the country, the Met Office says humid air could bring thunderstorms.
Rebekah Sherwin, deputy chief meteorologist at the Met Office, said: "The notable change in our weather occurs through Saturday evening as increasingly humid air moves up from the south bringing thunderstorms and heavy downpours.
"These heavy showers and thunderstorms will spread across much of the UK through the day on Sunday with nowhere immune from the chance of seeing them.
"Some downpours could lead to impacts on the transport network and with thunderstorms likely in places some temporary power disruption is possible.
"There is also the risk of hail and strong winds in places. It is likely that severe weather warnings will be issued as the confidence over the most likely areas to be affected increases. Stay up to date with the weather in your area, as forecasts can change quickly."
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