So the early hours of Saturday 4 July saw widespread electrical storms across East Anglia.
It seemed some of you took a few shots of the storms!
With every good heatwave in the British summer there is nearly always a spectacular thunderstorm or two.
The early hours of Saturday 4 July saw widespread electrical storms across East Anglia.
At Hitchin in Hertfordshire there was 35 mm of rain, which is more than normally falls in two weeks in July.
Fine and dry throughout the day with some good long sunny spells, feeling hot in the afternoon sun. Highs of 29 deg C (84 deg F).Read the full story ›
Animals at Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire have been keeping their cool in the searing heat.Read the full story ›
The start of July saw record-breaking temperatures in the Anglia region with the thermometer soaring to 35°C (95°F).Read the full story ›
It's definitely hot out there today, with temperatures in some parts of the region hitting 32°C! Here are YOUR best tips for keeping cool.Read the full story ›
A sizzling start to July with temperatures climbing above 30C in parts of region.Read the full story ›
The start of July could see the hottest day in East Anglia for nine years if temperatures rise above 33.4°C.Read the full story ›
Greater Anglia have warned that a number of services will be changed or cancelled because of the hot weather.
Full details of today's changes can be found here.
Temperatures are expected to reach 27 degrees this afternoon, and could be as high as 30 degrees inland.
At the Lido in Peterborough people have been enjoying the sunshine.