Last night's storms have been followed by torrential downpours and flash flooding today. Here are some more of your photos.
The dramatic weather has continued. Fire services have been inundated with reports of flash floods after the afternoon's downpours.
Warm sunny spells with scattered thundery showers later.
Temperatures have been soaring throughout the Anglia region, and a group of Lemurs in Cambridgeshire have been keeping cool in the scorching conditions by tucking into a frozen fruit smoothie.
Boomer and friends are some of the star attractions at Shepreth Wildlife Park near Cambridge, and staff are working hard to ensure the animals can cope with the hot weather.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for further heavy rain in Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Lincolnshire.
The warning is in force from noon on Sunday 13 July until 7pm
The Met Office says: "Heavy showers and isolated thunderstorms are likely to develop across some eastern parts of England during Sunday afternoon.
"The public should be aware that localised downpours could lead to temporary surface water flooding, such impacts perhaps most likely where heavy thundery showers have occurred during the previous 24 hours."
The Chief Forecaster's assessment: "Rain will clear from the east this morning, but as the cloud thins and breaks to allow some sunshine, so heavy showers and isolated thunderstorms are likely to develop for the afternoon.
"Some of the showers may be slow-moving with the potential for a few places to see around 20 mm of rain within an hour. Showers should die out more rapidly this evening than on Saturday evening."
Saturday's warm temperatures have sparked a number of heavy showers and thunderstorms across the Anglia region.
These downpours could produce a large amount of rain in a short period of time creating localised flooding and the Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning valid until 10pm.
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