Original article from Kent Live
The news comes after the county has been basking in a glorious heatwave, where temperatures have reached 27C in some areas.
The Met Office predicts thunderstorms to hit for around two days, beginning from late Wednesday (June 16) and ending on Friday (June 18).
There is a potential for flooding and travel disruption as the thunderstorms are said to bring torrential rain, hail and gusty winds.
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According to the forecaster, this harsh weather could appear from around 6pm on Wednesday and continue until 6am on the Friday.
The yellow weather warning will remain in place for the full 36-hours of the thunderstorms appearance.
There is a small chance that homes and businesses could be flooded quickly, with power cuts and other services to homes being lost.
Full Met Office forecast for the South East
Staying fine, with lengthy periods of sunshine. Feeling hotter than over the weekend in many areas, especially in coastal districts. Perhaps a little more cloud around later in the day. Maximum temperature 29 °C.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Very warm with further sunshine Tuesday and initially on Wednesday, but with a risk of a swathe of thundery showers spreading northwards later and into Thursday.