Britain's heatwave broke into a series of thunderstorms this week. This is the view from Mike Cochrane's house in Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire.
After a two-hour downpour, water wasn't the only thing blocking Twickenham's roads when this empty skip floated down the street. Photo: Darren Vaughan
Part of the Piccadilly Line was suspended after heavy rain lead to debris slipping onto the track near Boston Manor. Photo: Seth Anderson-Crook
Photographer Tom Bland spotted the change in the weather in Dalston, north London. Tom says the clouds look quite heavenly...
...whereas later the clouds became "more foreboding with the church seemingly casting a large shadow."
In Ealing in West London, many people had to paddle home from work. Photographer Richard Garsthagen said, "The water is up to the knees at some parts in the street."
Here, the water laps around the driveways of an estate in Royston in Hertfordshire.
Photographer Joanne Booker from Wantage says "You could hear the air being ripped apart and then there was a giant crash."
Geoff Penn took this photo from the upper floor of his home in Hove, East Sussex.
Paul Sharp says that, after some patience, he managed to take a picture of a dramatic thunderstorm over Southampton. Send your pictures of the storms to: firstname.lastname@example.org