Bad weather has returned to the county after a sizzling heatwave and sunshine - and things could get worse today.
Kent is preparing itself to be battered by high winds, heavy rains and thunderstorms later.
It comes after people in the county experienced nearly 40 degree temperatures in the past month.
After two heatwaves, multiple grass and wildfires, and a drought being declared we are now expecting much colder and wetter surroundings.
This morning the Met Office issued an amber thunderstorm warning over Kent from 11am until 10pm tonight and warned it could cause flooding and disruption.
It is said flooding of homes and businesses is likely and could happen quickly, with damage to some buildings from floodwater, lightning strikes, hail or strong winds.
The weather experts has also told people to expect fast flowing or deep floodwater which could cause danger to life, delays to public transport and difficult driving conditions.
There is also likely to be power cuts and loss of other services and some communities could become cut off it the roads flood.
Although the amber warning has been placed over the county, some places will miss the sudden showers which are predicted to slowly die out this evening.
On Monday the Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for lightening and flooding which was in place until 10am today.
Despite the predicted onslaught of rain it is still likely the UK will be facing drought conditions until October.
Some people in Cliffe have already experienced some of the bad weather this week after hail and rain took over the village due to the extremely hot and dry weather.
Describing the ordeal as "the apocalypse" as hail and rain poured down on residents' windows, footage of water rapidly flowing down the street was also captured.
Lauren Gould, of Pond Hill, Cliffe, said: "It was a total surprise and the marble-sized hail stones concerned me.
"I thought our car windscreens were going to crack.
"Luckily, the hail didn’t last long but as you can see, we had enough rain fall to create a small river."
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