Original article from Kent Live
Yet more thundery showers are due to arrive in Kent and this time they will be accompanied by high winds, according to our official forecaster.
The Met Office's dire prediction for Tuesday (June 6) follows an extended period of unsettled weather.
And in the short term at least, the pattern looks likely to continue over the next two days.
The outlook for today (June 5) says: "Heavy rain moving northwards through the evening, with further heavy perhaps thundery showers to follow through the early hours.
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"Winds strengthening with coastal gales likely. Minimum temperature 12 °C."
In our county town of Maidstone, the showers will hit at intermittent periods on Monday before setting in properly in the evening from around 9pm.
They'll continue throughout most of the night and into late Tuesday morning.
By then, wind speeds are likely to have gone above 35mph, although in coastal areas like Folkestone they are set to hit 50mph.
The chance of rain is then set to stay above 40% throughout the day, finally reducing around 7pm in the evening
And the official forecasters outlook for the rest of the week follows a similar pattern too.
On Tuesday it says: "Windy with coastal gales through the morning. Heavy perhaps thundery showers first thing, clearing to sunshine and showers. Becoming drier later. Maximum temperature 22 °C.
And for Wednesday to Friday: "Heavy, thundery showers on Wednesday, with some sunny spells, but drier in Kent.
"Breezy but winds easing. Sunshine and scattered showers Thursday and Friday, but showers lighter than recent days."