A weather warning has been introduced for North Wales as hot weather is expected to give way to thunderstorms later this week.
Parts of the region have seen temperatures as high as 28 ° C this week, amid the warm conditions for the time of year.
However, conditions are expected to change in the next few days as the first front of a front from the west moves into the south-west of Britain.
A yellow weather warning was issued for all of North Wales on Thursday issued for thunderstorms.
From 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., up to 30mm of rain is possible in less than an hour when storms occur that have the potential to flood surface water.
The Deputy Chief Meteorologist of the Met Office, Dan Harris, said: “The hot and clear weather that is currently prevalent in much of the UK is expected to collapse in the middle of the week when showers and thunderstorms arrive.
” These will initially be the south on Wednesday West of the UK before steadily moving north through Thursday and Friday and developing in most areas.
“A number of areas have issued thunderstorm warnings to highlight the potential for isolated impacts, including surface water flooding from homes and homes Businesses, traffic disruptions and very isolated damage to infrastructure from lightning or hail.
“The semi-random nature of showers and thunderstorms means that in many places there will be no thunderstorms at all. ”
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