It's a little unusual to get some snow in May - but it's not unheard of. But it can also snow in summer!
It'll be a cracking end to the long weekend with some sunshine for most of us - with just a couple of glitches.
The wintry conditions are now expected to last well into April with this month on track to become the coldest March since 1962.
There may be more chances to see the impressive spectacle of the Northern lights this week, following a colourful display over the weekend.
Expect markedly lower temperatures and snow flurries in some areas this weekend and going into next week.
This week the weather should stay dry, with some sunshine, but it will be chilly.
After snowstorm 'Nemo' hit the US and Canada, less severe storm 'Orko' is expected to bring more wintry weather.
Cuba, the Bahamas, Haiti and parts of eastern Florida are braced for flooding as Hurricane Sandy moves north.
With mean winds of 80mph and higher gusts, flooding is the biggest threat as Hurricane Isaac pushes up through Louisiana.
If you are celebrating the end of the Olympics on Sunday, the weather should be warm and dry.