Last sighting of summer as storms and showers move towards the UK

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The Met Office has issued a yellow warning of thunderstorms for the South-west and South Wales from 11am to 9pm today.

Sunseekers squeezed in as much time outdoors as they could yesterday, as temperatures rose to a scorching 87F (30.7C), the highest since the end of July. Enjoying the weather were walkers at the Lake District’s Derwent Water, swimmers at Hathersage Pool in the Hope Valley and beach-goers in Brighton.

The Met Office’s Dan Harris said: “The hot and clear weather will break down through the middle of the week as showers and thunderstorms arrive in the South-west before steadily moving north.”

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