Heavy showers came after the lightening, and more are on the way.
The Environment Agency said further heavy showers could see more flooding in “mostly urban areas” of England between Tuesday and Friday, with some homes being affected.
A yellow weather warning for thunderstorms remains in place for most of the UK, excluding Northern Ireland and west Scotland, until Thursday evening.
The Met Office said up to 40mm (1.6 inches) of rain could fall within an hour in parts of north east England, and up to 80mm (3.1 inches) in three hours.
However it said that most areas are expected to remain dry, with temperatures expected to remain in the mid-30s on Wednesday.
The Environment Agency has issued five flood alerts, meaning flooding is possible, for parts of Birmingham and its surrounding districts.
Where skies are clear, stargazers will have the chance to view the annual Perseid meteor shower this week.
The meteors, mostly no bigger than a grain of sand, burn up as they hit the atmosphere at 36 miles per second (58kps) to produce a shooting stream of light in the sky.