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Almost a whole month's worth of rain has fallen in just a couple of hours in Cambridgeshire.
Monks Wood near Sawtry recorded 48 mm (2 inches) of rain during Thursday afternoon. An average June at that site usually sees 54 mm of rain during the entire month.
The extent of the torrential downpours across the Anglia region can been seen on the Met Office rainfall radar sequence
With Met Office weather warnings for heavy rain in the Anglia region for seven consecutive days, it has been a very wet June so far.
But the torrential showers are hit-and-miss; while some areas suffer a deluge, a few miles down the road it stays dry.
Santon Downham in Suffolk had 17 mm of rain during Thursday while Marham in Norfolk saw 10 mm.
For the sixth day running the Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for the risk of thundery downpours in some parts of the Anglia region.
The weather warning is in force from 10am until 10pm on Thursday 16 June 2016
The Met Office says scattered heavy showers are expected to develop yet again on Thursday, and will lead to slow-moving downpours.
The forecaster says: "As on preceding days some locations will miss these downpours, but please be aware of possible localised flooding and disruption to travel where they do occur. Lightning could be an additional hazard."
A further weather warning is in place for more heavy rain in the southern half of the Anglia region on Friday 17 June.
For the fifth consecutive day there is a Met Office yellow weather warning in force for heavy and potentially thundery showers across the East of England.
There is also a further warning in place for Thursday
The weather warning covering the Anglia region is in force from 10am and 9pm on Wednesday 15 June 2016
The Met Office says scattered heavy, thundery showers are expected to develop yet again on Wednesday, and will lead to slow-moving downpours.
The weather forecaster says: "As on preceding days, some locations will miss these downpours, but please be aware of possible localised flooding and disruption to travel where they do occur."
A similar weather warning has also been issued for Thursday valid from 10am until 10pm.
Heavy showers have caused the stream at South Creake in Norfolk to overflow its banks.
Kassandra Wells sent us these pictures. She says she's never seen such bad flooding in the village.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning for the region, warning that heavy showers could cause disruption until 10pm tonight.
A viewer in King's Lynn tweeted us this video of thunder over the town.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for further heavy showers which may become thundery.
The yellow weather warning is in force from 10am until 10pm on Tuesday 14 June 2016
The Met Office says Heavy showers will develop more widely again today. Some will become thundery, leading to slow-moving downpours across the warning area.
The Met Office added: "Some locations will miss these but where they do occur, please be aware of possible localised flooding and disruption to travel. Lightning could be an additional hazard."
There is a further yellow warning for similar conditions in the Anglia region on Wednesday. That warning is in force from 10am until 9pm.
Pictures sent in by a viewer in Essex show what appears to be a funnel cloud in the skies over the county.
Hannah Kelsey captured the pictures as a storm brewed over Writtle.
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Showers will ease this evening, taking us into a dry night ahead. Generally dry with sunny spells to start tomorrow. Cloud increasing later
It will be a fine and bright start to the day but it will turn cloudy from the west with outbreaks of rain arriving during the afternoon.