A yellow weather warning for thunderstorms is in place over Hertfordshire.
The county basked in glorious sunshine and 35C temperatures just two weeks ago, but now heavy downpours are expected as we head into the August Bank Holiday weekend.
In some parts of the county, heavy rain and thunderstorms may have started during the early hours of the morning.
The Met Office has placed the warning over the majority of the East of England for nine hours, from 11am till 8pm.
The town is expected to be hit by some light showers, with mainly heavy downpour moments and the possibility of a few thunderstorms.
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During the morning, it is expected to be dry with some light showers.
Thunderstorms are forecast for 1pm.
Heavy showers are expected to last throughout the day, with some light showers replacing them once in a while.
Heavy rain and some thunderstorms will likely last throughout the evening and the early hours of Saturday.