The Met Office has issued a weather warning for thunderstorms and associated hail on Monday - but says there is 'significant uncertainty' about where they might happen, and when.

It has issued a yellow 'be aware' warning for the whole of England, Scotland and Wales.

It says: "Areas of thunderstorms are increasingly likely to develop over the south of the UK or nearby continent, late in the weekend, or early next week, and will generally track north or north-westwards.

"The most intense thunderstorms, in some instances associated with large hail, will most probably be those triggered by the high temperatures of the day over England and Wales.

"Where the storms occur, rainfall totals of 30-40 mm could fall in an hour, with some locations potentially receiving 60-80 mm in 3 hours, although these will be fairly isolated."

Read the weather warning in full HERE.

Meanwhile, today's (Friday's) outlook looks cloudy with the chance of thunder, according to the Isle of Wight Met Service's Jamie Russell.

Expect temperatures of up to 32 celcius in places tommorow (Saturday).