Thunderstorm warnings have been issued for large parts of the UK as heavy rain brings the risk of possible flooding.
A yellow weather warning, covering much of England and parts of Wales, is in place until 5am on Monday.
Forecasters are warning the wet weather could lead to flooding, leaving businesses and homes at risk of damage.
A warning on the Met Office’s website says: “There is a small chance that homes and businesses could be flooded quickly, with damage to some buildings from floodwater, lightning strikes, hail or strong winds.”
It added that there could be disruptions to travel including road closures and train cancellations.
Met Office meteorologist Rebecca Hudson said that the risk is mostly confined to central and southern England.
She said the weather warning is almost in a “triangular shape”, from East Yorkshire roughly down to the Cardiff area, East Devon, to London as well, and East Anglia.
Ms Hudson said there will be some “heavier showers” over Sunday night, before drying out on Monday – with some sunny spells even on the cards.
“There will be some heavier showers overnight on Sunday into Monday, but these will gradually weaken and then Monday will be a lot drier with some sunny spells around as well,” she added.
Sharing advice from the RAC and National Highways, the Met Office is advising drivers to slow down in thunderstorms and find alternative routes if roads are flooded.