Low pressures pushes it way in on Sunday bringing with it several fronts and some showers just in time for Bank Holiday Monday.
It looks like the Bank Holiday weekend will have a few showers mixed in with some sunny spells, but what is happening when?
All school-leavers must stay in education or training- but what if you don't know what to do OR you've missed out on the grades you wanted?
A man from Nottingham has been charged with child cruelty in North Wales.
Kelvin Horriban, who is 62, from Beeston was charged along with 70-year-old Keith Evans, from Wrexham as part of an investigation into allegations of historical abuse at care homes across the region.
The alleged offences were committed against a young boy between 1978 and 1981. Horriban also faces an allegation of assault.
The National Crime Agency, who investigated the men said they will appear before magistrates in Mold on 9 October.
The public are being warned to expect the roads to be busy this bank holiday as more than 40,000 passengers are expected to fly from East Midlands Airport.
The Highways Agency say some roadworks will be suspended, but others, including on the M1, will stay in place for safety reasons.
Police have bailed two men arrested in connection with the murder of a Polish man in Nottingam.
Bogdan Nawrocki disappeared from his home in Radford in January. A 28 year-old and a 39-year-old were arrested on Wednesday.
A 27-year-old man has been previously charged with murder. Robert Marcinkiewicz-Szukowski, 27, of Rossington Road in Sneinton, was charged in April.
Police in Nottingham are appealing for help to trace these men who were captured on CCTV... stealing a CCTV camera.
It happened outside the Beer Shack in White Hart Street in Mansfield on Sunday 3 August.
A Derby student who is working in cancer research has been awarded 9 A* GCSE grades.
Ellie Mandale, of Longford, was one of the top achievers at Derby High School and said she was thrilled with her results.
The 16-year-old is in the middle of a work placement at a Nottingham University laboratory where scientists are looking at ways of detecting lung cancer early using blood tests.
Schools across the Midlands were today bracing themselves for a dip in GCSE results following a huge shake-up in the exam system.
For the first time, students sat final exams in the summer rather than being continually assessed in module units and the January exams were also scrapped.
Beauchamp College in Oadby in Leicestershire saw a slight fall in the number of students gaining 5 A*-C grades but experts say comparisons with previous years are virtually meaningless because of the scale of the reforms.
Despite the changes to exams though it was a record year for GCSEs at Haywood Academy in Burslem in Stoke-on-Trent.