It's a little unusual to get some snow in May - but it's not unheard of. But it can also snow in summer!
The flood gates have been opened for low pressures to march across the country, bringing wind and rain into next week.
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Britain will look up to mainly cloudy skies for the rest of today, but with spots of sunshine appearing - especially in Northern Ireland, southern Scotland and southwestern England.
Temperatures will also rise a little after yesterday's mild day, with a high of 17C.
The Met Office has issued an amber weather warning for heavy rain across some parts of the UK until 11pm tonight.
It will turn increasingly cloudy and damp in the east of UK, but will clear tomorrow morning. ITV Weather Presenter Lucy Verasamy has the details.
There will be a few sharp showers in Scotland this evening, while the rest of the UK will have brighter skies before dusk. ITV Weather Presenter Lucy Verasamy has the details.
For most of us, a dry afternoon with a good deal of cloud but also some sunny spells. ITV Weather Presenter Lucy Verasamy has the details.
Pouring rain across northern counties today has led to some flooding in Cumbria and County Durham. Both Carlisle and Durham have received their usual May rainfall amount in just 24 hours.
The rain will continue to be heavy across Northern Ireland for a time - some places here have already collected an inch of water so far today. The rain will gradually ease overnight before dying out altogether to leave a much drier day tomorrow.