Published: 12:03, 11 May 2020
| Updated: 12:23, 11 May 2020
Kent will be hit by strong winds and cold weather this week as temperature plummet after last week's hot spell.
People in the county who were basking in the sun, with highs of 20 degrees, are now facing 10 degree temperatures throughout the week.
Despite the Met Office predicting a dry seven days, it has also stated people can expect cold mornings with some high winds added to the mix.
Thursday is predicted to be the sunniest day during the week, while things are meant to pick back up again on Sunday with clear sun and highs of 17 degrees.
Kent's good weather took a turn over the weekend as floodglates were closed in preparation for high winds.
Tomorrow is predicted to have a cold but sunny start, becoming a little cloudier in the afternoon, while there are some showers predicted for Wednesday and chilly nights until the end of the week.