Published: 15:40, 07 August 2020
| Updated: 16:13, 07 August 2020
Whilst the county basks in the intense heatwave this weekend, things look to be taking a turn heading into next week.
Following balmy weekend temperatures, thunderstorms could be making their way to Kent on Monday and Tuesday.
Watch: Video shows rain and thunder sweeping across the county next week
The Met Office issued a yellow weather warning to the county, with a risk of possibly severe thunderstorms and torrential downpours hitting parts of Kent.
Despite the warning, it should stay hot and humid, with highs of 31C and 30C on Monday and Tuesday respectively.
Kent County Council (KCC) have kept their heat-health watch at Level-3 until 9pm on Tuesday, August 11.
They have also reminded people that the high temperatures will feel excessively hot for many people due to the unusual longevity, and that coastal areas are likely to offer some respite from the heat.
They have also warned of further severe weather for Wednesday and Thursday next week.
Overnight temperatures are going to remain high throughout the weekend, and are not likely to fall below 20C.
And some downpours could occur from as early as tonight, though the weather will remain clear in the day throughout Saturday and Sunday.