Original article from Kent Live
Forecasters are predicting heavy rain in Kent throughout the day on Friday (June 4).
In some places, the BBC's weather service shows a rain cloud symbol, representing a high chance of rain, for each hour for the entire day.
The Met Office is predicting the heaviest showers to take place in the morning.
It follows several days of scorching hot weather.
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The record for hottest day of the year was smashed three days in a row, starting on Bank Holiday Monday.
High pressure caused by this is leading some experts to predict heavy thunderstorms to follow.
In Kent, the major forecasters are predicting a long period of rain throughout the day on Friday.
The BBC's service shows a significant chance of rain in the Folkestone area from 5am right through until late Thursday morning.
In our county town of Maidstone, the Met Office the heaviest shows to fall between 6am and 11am before more settled periods for the rest of the day.
The good news for sun worshippers is that both major forecasters are predicting the warm weather to return soon after.
The Met Office predicts temperatures to be straight back up to 21C on Saturday, with 22C and cloudless skies awaiting on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.
Its long range forecast, covering from June 7 until June 16, generally predicts more of the same.
It says: "Rather mixed conditions are expected at the start of the period, with a good deal of fine and dry weather around, although outbreaks of rain and isolated showers are still possible, most likely affecting northern and western areas.
"Otherwise, temperatures will trend towards the warmer side of average.
"Into the latter half of the period, more settled and dry conditions are likely overall, though perhaps accompanied by the risk of some showers developing each day and longer spells of rain occurring at times.
"Temperatures are likely to remain average to warmer than average."