There's been a violent end to our three week heatwave as the region was battered overnight by thunder storms. Train services out of Manchester's main railway station suffered major disruption after lightning hit the signalling system.
The roof of a church in Lancashire caved in when lightning struck.
The change in weather comes after the hottest temperatures in seven years - which peaked on Monday at 33.5C.
Our Correspondent Rachel Townsend reports:
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Dry overnight with clear spells, and becoming chilly. Dry for most areas on Sunday with variable cloud. Feeling warmer in any sunny spells
Dry and bright with variable cloud and some sunshine at times. Chilly start to Sunday but warmer later under any cloud breaks
A cool start to the weekend but a decent dose of sunshine. Mainly dry and winds becoming lighter