Original article from Kent Live
The past two weeks have brought glorious sunshine and blistering heatwaves reaching upwards of 27C.
But all good things must come to an end and, unfortunately, it may be sooner than hoped for.
From Thursday (June 17), temperatures will begin to drop after hours of thundery showers, according to the BBC.
The forecaster predicts a sweltering 28C heat to hit Kent on Wednesday (June 16).
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However, this seems to be the last of the sunshine as Thursday brings nine hours of thundery showers with temperatures dropping to 22C.
Friday (June 18) will see temperatures drop even further to 18C, which will be accompanied by a day of heavy rain.
Forecaster Marco Petagna told the Mirror: “Very warm but increasingly moist unstable air will reach the UK in midweek.
"There is potential for significant thunderstorms in midweek as very warm air in place across the UK gets replaced by cooler Atlantic air from the west.
"The end of next week looks cooler with low pressure near the north of the UK."