Your Weather Pictures from across the UK - August 2020

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Sunset over the wheat in Linton, Cambridgeshire Credit: Karl Tabram
The valley fog soon burning off in the summer sunshine in St Johns, Lake District Credit: John Gravett
Rocker Lighthouse at night in Sunderland Credit: Simon Woodley
Funnel cloud spotted over Saddle Tor, Devon, during the August Thunderstorms Credit: Ben King
The high cirrus cloud catching the sunrise over Wakefield, Yorkshire Credit: Sue Billcliffe
Red squirrel capturing the weather?! Near Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales Credit: Stephen Abbott
Sunset off the coast from Weston Super Mere, Somerset Credit: Tiz York
Sunset over Acle, Norfolk on the 17th August 2020 Credit: Trevor Preece
Derwent Water in the Lake District with the clouds shrouding the hills Credit: Christine Duff
Beautiful crepuscular rays taken in Ferrybridge in West Yorkshire Credit: @Beaverdb on Twitter
Claton Pier during a Thunderstorm on 16th August 2020 Credit: @JonAllard5 on Twitter
The stunning altocumulus Lenticular cloud seen over Farndale in the North York Moors Credit: @Farndalephotos on Twitter
Honeybag Tor, Dartmoor Devon Credit: Simon Torr
River Waveney, Suffolk at Sunrise on 18th August 2020 Credit: @TintininEssex on Twitter
Sunrise over looking the North Sea in Cleethorpe, North East Lincolnshire Credit: Danny Hands
A hare pops up on a misty morning during the August 2020 heatwave in Harleston, Norfolk Credit: Edward Russell
A puffin taking flight in Farne Island, off the coast of Northumberland Credit: Alan Armstrong

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