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Flooding Threat As Thunderstorms Sweep UK
Flood alerts remain in place for many regions with further heavy thundery rain forecast in parts.
It comes after much of the UK was hit by torrential downpours and lightning strikes on Saturday with up to 3cm (1.2in) of rain falling in just one hour.
The UK monthly average rainfall for the whole of June is 7.3cm (2.9in).
The Met Office has issued yellow "be aware" warnings for heavy rain In Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England.
The heavy rain will clear the country overnight, and while it will be warm and sunny for most on Sunday with temperatures hitting around 25C, showers are expected in some parts, with the chance of torrential downpours by the evening in the South East.
John Curtin, director of incident management at the Environment Agency, said: "There is a low but increased risk of flooding this weekend across the whole of England, as isolated torrential downpours are predicted.
"We are monitoring the situation closely in case things change and will have teams ready to respond 24/7."
Early arrivals at Epsom Downs Racecourse for this year's Derby on Saturday experienced heavy rain before the racing began.
And water had to be pumped off the surface of the M60 near Stockport.
A house in Devon was badly damaged in a fire after being struck by lightning.
The property in South Molton was hit by the bolt at 4.30am and several fire crews and support teams were sent to the scene.
The Devon and Somerset Fire Service said the first floor and roof were severely damaged by the blaze and the ground floor sustained water damage.