More hot weather is expected for the Maidenhead Festival weekend - but there may be the odd downpour.
Maidenhead-based meteorologist Roger Brugge is expected the recent warm weather to continue, but has warned more thundery outbreaks similar to the ones seen this afternoon are likely to occur.
His records indicate yesterday was the warmest day Maidenhead has seen so far this year with temperatures edging over 30C, while July has so far been one degree hotter than average.
Mr Brugge expects slightly cooler conditions (but still warmer than average) for the remainder of this month.
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