A huge inflatable water slide has been set up in Norwich city centre as part of the Lord Mayor’s Celebration events.
Hundreds of spectators lined the streets to see people having a go on 100-metre three lane SlideRider.
The slide was there to raise money for Cancer Research UK. It was also the perfect way to cool down in the heat!
Norwich was the hottest place in the UK at midday on Saturday 4th July 2015 with a temperature of 28.6°C (83.5°F) recorded at the city's international airport.
Many places in the Anglia region had their hottest July day on record on Wednesday when the thermometer touched 35.3°C (95.5°F) at Wittering in Cambridgeshire.
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.
The overnight deluge make it the wettest day of the year so far in the East of England.
Rainfall totals in the Anglia region in the 12 hours to 10am on Saturday
- 21.4 mm in Bedford
- 21.2 mm in Woburn, Bedfordshire
- 17.6 mm in Monks Wood near Sawtry, Cambridgeshire
- 15.0 mm in Harpenden, Hertfordshire
- 13.6 mm in Holbeach, Lincolnshire
- 11.8 mm in Wattisham, Suffolk
- 8.0 mm in Writtle, Essex
- 7.2 mm in Cambridge
- 3.8 mm in Norwich
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